The launch of the Huawei P9 yesterday confirmed the phones would get Leica certified cameras on the rear, and if you wondered what that would mean to the photo ability of the phone, well here are some samples.
Huawei have taken a rather different approach when it comes to the dual camera set up of their Huawei P9 phones. First of all they teamed up with world-renowned premium camera maker Leica, who have given the phone their seal of approval. Another difference is how the dual cameras work, one camera is set up for depth and colour while the second is for monochrome images, so effectively the camera has two specialised 12 mega-pixel sensors on the rear.
So does all this know-how and technology mean a better photo? Well Huawei certainly hope so, but we’ll leave the following Huawei P9 photo samples to below for you to draw your own conclusions.
Huawei P9 Photo Samples
I have to say that first impressions are impressive, but there are a few details that need to be taken in to account. First of all these images were taken by professional photographers, not your average consumer. Also some photos have been processed through VSCO.
It will be interesting to see what results the phone gives in the hands of consumers, and I am interested in the amount of noise the cameras make in low-light conditions as it appears the P9 suffers a little (see the skyscraper photo).
I do plan to get my hands on the Huawei P9 later this month to see if the camera set up is worth all the hype. Is anyone else planning to get one?