Huawei’s New P9 device is launched with special Leica’s Camera feature

The Chinese multinational technology company- Huawei Technologies, yesterday on 6th April launched its latest flagship Smartphone- P9 which has added stars to the reputation of the company. The gadget is offering features of Dual- lens camera which is co- engineered with the Leica from Germany and this has let the experts to hope that the Smartphone will be set apart from all the other Android devices in the Market.

Huawei Technologies’ new P9 is a greatly featured smartphone and it is notably a first outcome, from the tie- up between the third beggest smartphone maker of the World and also Leica Camera AG, which is around an hundred years old firm .

It is notable that with the help of the Smartphone devices, users now get easiness, as they can easily take their data stuffs with them, enjoy music and videos, and also most essentially they can easily and anywhere take snaps with its in- build cameras. The camera feature of the smartphone is taken seriously by the company and its new P9 is highly focusing its special feature in the device as to camera.

As per the Chief Executive of Huawei Consumer Business Group- Richard Yu, who while praising the partner company Leica, said that it is a “leading, premium iconic brand in Cameras”. The statements were preferred by him while in launch event in London.

The device is as such offering a Twelve- Megapixel Camera with dual- lens on the Rear side of the device and this camera is featured to capture separately monochrome and colour images and also it can combines them for creating more details, depth and brighter colours.

As per the Chief Executive of Leica- Oliver Kaltner, “A lot of people would like to have our red dot and put it on their product.” Also he said Leica is a “Centre of optical excellence worldwide” and the company must be taking its knowledge’s advantage.

Besides, the device is also offering great looking design, with 5.2 inches display and it is running Android 6.0 operating system. From the 16th day of this month, the device is expected to be available in the twenty- nine countries’ markets and it is approximately priced at EUR 599 (roughly 45,500 rupees in India).

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