How to buy the Huawei Mate 10 with a discount of more than €330

Huawei Mate 10

Huawei is one of the Chinese brands that previously opted to feature a dual-sensor setup on its main camera. Since then, everything has been nothing but great, as the Huawei P10 and Huawei P9’s cameras have been regarded as some of the best cameras of their launch years. Now the brand seems to want to take it to the next level by featuring a triple-camera system on the Huawei P11.

Beyond adopting the 18:9 screen format, which is something usual right now, the Huawei P11 is expected to keep improving the flagship’s camera. For the Chinese brand, the camera components of its phones have always been a main feature, meaning that the year that is about to begin will challenge the manufacturer again.

This is what Evan Blass seems to say via Twitter, stating that the next P-series Huawei phones (the Huawei P11 and the Huawei P11 Plus) need to be taken to a new level. Several ads of a phone for this series have been detected by the leakster, pointing out that the phone’s camera will be revolutionary.

According to the ads, the phones are apparently designed jointly with Leica, which is the same company that designed the cameras of Huawei’s current smartphones. The brand’s new phones would have a triple rear camera and sensors that could reach a resolution of up to 40 MP, which would be a revolution for the phone sector.

Huawei Mate 10

A leak with consequences

Blass states that a creative agency that works with Huawei was the one that posted this leak, so the ads have not been officially published and the agency has already been removed from its post. Huawei refused to comment on the ads or on this possibility.

Let’s remember that the brand’s current flagship, the Huawei P10, already has a powerful dual-lens rear camera, with 20 MP and 12 MP sensors, as well as an 8 MP front camera. If the rumors are true, the Huawei P11 could even include a 24 MP selfies camera, which of course makes us excited about what the manufacturer has to show at the next MWC.

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