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Huawei P9 – Don’t settle with one

Huawei P9, which was recently launched in India at Rs 39,999, has two rear cameras.

Huawei is a leading player in the field of technology for many years and it is now bringing newer innovations to smartphone segment as well, creating milestones for other players in the process.
Huawei P9
With its latest flagship smartphone, the Huawei P9, the company has now created something that would set the standard for the smartphone industry in the following years.

Huawei P9, which was recently launched in India at Rs 39,999, has two rear cameras. Most importantly, it is the only phone in the world which has Leica made camera lenses.

Leica, as you might know already, is a renowned German company which is famous world over for its cameras.

The P9 has two 12 megapixel rear cameras – one is a monochrome sensor while the other is an RGB sensor. The duo allows the phone to capture more light. Moreover, the Huawei P9 has merging algorithm that helps the camera to capture incredible shots.

The Huawei P9 has 1.25 um pixel size allowing the cameras to take great shots in low light. It has ImageSmart 5.0 technology which ensures professional quality photos. The P9 has built in dual core ISP, professional DSP and the depth measurement ISP for improved image focusing, speed and processing. With ‘Hybrid Focus’ technology, laser focus, depth measurement and contrast, the P9 allows users to take photos with incredible speed, depth and clarity.

Huawei vs Others

Huawei P9 currently enjoys almost an exclusive status at the top of the leaderboard as most flagships have traditional lone rear cameras. From Samsung Galaxy S7 to Apple iPhone 6S to Sony Xperia Z3+, all the high end devices which are priced much higher than Huawei P9 come with just one rear camera which often fail to create desired result.

So if you want the best camera smartphone without burning a hole in your pocket, then look no further than Huawei P9.

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