Finally the wait is over and the third biggest tech manufacture in the world, Huawei, came up with its overwhelmingly celebrated flagship smart phone Huawei P9 in Pakistan. The phone has been critically acclaimed all over the world because of it’s groundbreaking camera technology and an amazing, professionally appealing design.
Huawei P9 offers a dual camera at the rear side with a 12 MP sensor, f/2.2 aperture and 27 mm lens. The smartphone’s camera optics is made in partnership with Leica, who have a lot of experience in this field with their line up of professional cameras. The phone certainly brings new things on the table with it’s camera which we have never seen before. They desperately want the camera to go toe to toe with the professional cameras we use today. The photo samples do look really amazing but we haven’t been able to use it yet.
Just like every other premium Huawei device, The Huawei P9 the also features a Finger print sensor. My experience with Huawei’s finger print sensor has been nothing but amazing and they claimed that they have made it even better with this iteration of the P series. The sensor is located on the back-side of the phone underneath the camera which in my experience I have found the best place to place it you can press it while the phone is in your pocket and your phone will be unlocked by the time you take it out.
Specifications and Price of the Huawei P9
The Huawei P9 features a 5.2-inch 1080p display and 1080p works well for that screen size. The glass is Corning Gorilla glass 4 so you won’t be able to scratch it easily. On the performance side of the phone, it features a HiSilicon Kirin 955 which is a step above the Mate 8’s 950. The processor has a total of 8 cores with 4 Cortex-A72 cores clocked in at 2.5 Ghz for intensive apps and 4 Cortex-A53 cores for less demanding applications. For the 32 GB Model the phone has 3 GB of RAM and 4GB RAM with 64GB of on-board storage and it also features expandable storage. The phone is powered by Android 6.0 Marshmallow with a 3000 mAh battery. The phone is priced at 53,000 Rupees in Pakistan.
As far as first impressions go I am intrigued by this device especially the camera. Once we get the phone I will be comparing it with Nikon DSLRs and see how it compares against them. Overall this sounds like an amazing package. One I can’t wait to get my hands on. I’m too excited. Please like our page on facebook to stay up to date with our coverage of the Huawei P9.