Huawei P9 has a separate camera just for black and white photos

Huawei’s propelled not one, but rather two, new handsets as it tries to proceed with its attack on the top of the line handset showcase: the Huawei P9 and Huawei P9 Plus.

The littler, more palm-accommodating P9 offers a 5.2-crawl Full HD show and a full-metal outline that is 6.95mm meager. In the engine is the Huawei-delivered Kirin 955 chipset – which guarantees to offer a lot of snorts – and 3GB of RAM.

That same chipset is pushed into the P9 Plus, yet it’s helped to 4GB of RAM, a 5.5-creep Super AMOLED showcase, and 64GB of capacity, contrasted with the 32GB on the “typical” P9.

Lens get physical

The principle argument of the telephones must be the new camera set up. While double cameras are just the same old thing new, there’s fresh out of the plastic new camera tech with two ‘Leica guaranteed’ 12MP cameras on the back of the telephone. One camera is shading while the other is monochrome and planned exclusively for high contrast pictures.

As per Huawei, the B&W sensor includes 200% all the more light data and a half more differentiation to the general picture when joined with the shading sensor, contrasted with a photograph utilizing only the customary snapper, albeit both offer laser self-adjust as well.

Huawei P9

Programming astute there’s the normal Android 6 Marshmallow running on the telephone with the dubious Emotion UI 4.1 running over the top. Dubious in light of is a more mind-boggling operation, and in addition dropping the application drawer totally – in spite of the fact that it won’t be distant from everyone else in that sooner rather than later.

On the back of both is a unique mark scanner – similarly situated as on other Huawei telephones – and it’s the same tech as the scanner in the Mate 8 (which we observed to be truly quick).

There’s USB-C for information exchange and charging and additionally a 3000mAh battery (on the P9) and 3400mAh battery (on the P9 Plus) and up to 128GB microSD support.