Huawei P70 Series to Sport Enhanced Cameras and Exclusive Color Matching

Huawei P70 Series

The Huawei P70 series is set to make waves in the smartphone market with its enhanced cameras and exclusive colour matching. The latest rumours suggest that the series will include at least three versions, with the P70, P70 Pro, and P70 Art versions being the most likely candidates. The P70 Pro+ and P70 Extraordinary Master Edition are also rumoured to point to the P70 Art version. Let’s take a closer look at what we can expect from the Huawei P70 series.

Huawei P70

Body Color Selection

The Huawei P70 series is expected to retain the popular rococo white of the previous generation and add a novel light purple tone. The highly acclaimed Tahiti Gray colour on Huawei Pocket 2 will also be introduced to the P70 series, and “gray green” is expected to become a new fashionable colour option for the P70 series. These exclusive colour options will make the P70 series stand out in a crowded market.


The Huawei P70 series is expected to reproduce the glory of the P40 series, with the P70 and P70 Pro expected to be equipped with the OV50H sensor produced by OmniVision Technology. The P70 Art version is expected to use Sony’s latest IMX989 sensor to further improve mobile phone photography performance. Additionally, Huawei has disclosed an innovative variable aperture technology, which is expected to be first applied to the P70 series mobile phones. This technology will bring subject details to the surface and offer vibrant shots even in low-light conditions.

Camera Specifications and Technology

The Huawei P70 series is expected to feature a periscope lens, which uses mirrors to reflect light and provides effective zooming capabilities, making it ideal for capturing moments from a distance. The variable aperture technology will bring subject details to the surface and offer vibrant shots even in low-light conditions. The periscope lens will provide effective zooming capabilities, making it ideal for capturing moments from a distance.

Huawei P70 Series

Camera Leaks and Speculations

The leaked render of the Huawei P70 series matches the previous reports of the device, with a squarish frame at the back end and a triangular lens arrangement. The render reveals a large primary sensor, two small sensors, LED Flash, and XMAGE branding. The overall back frame appears curvy in a plain grey and black texture with arched edges. The volume rockers and power buttons reside on the right side of the phone.

Huawei P70 series previous specs rumours

The Huawei P70 series is set to launch soon, with rumours suggesting that the devices will be available for purchase at any time. The series is expected to continue the single punch-hole design of its predecessors and may feature a 1.5K display.

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Models and display rumours

The HUAWEI P70 Series have four variants: the vanilla HUAWEI P70, P70 Pro, P70 Pro+, and P70 Art. All models will run on the Kirin 9000S, a 7-nanometer class chipset from SMIC. The series will also feature a 6.58-inch LTPO OLED display for the HUAWEI P70. However, there will be a 6.76-inch LTPO OLED screen for the P70 Pro, P70 Pro+, and P70 Art.

Camera rumours

The HUAWEI P70 Pro and P70 Pro+ come with a 50 MP main camera with a Sony IMX989 in 1-inch format. It also has a 50 MP ultra-wide-angle camera with Sony IMX858 in 1/2.55 inch format. The third sensor is a 50 MP periscope telephoto camera with 4x zoom, and a macro function. The HUAWEI P70 Pro+ and P70 Art Edition should come with the best camera setup in the series.

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On the front, there should be a 13 MP selfie camera with a 1/2.36 inch sensor.  In terms of charging power, this device comes with an 88W fast charging (wire). In addition, there is a wireless fast charging but this only supports 50W. The series should sport the HiSilicon Kirin 9000S, a 3000 nits bright LTPO OLED display, and a large battery.

Huawei P70

Price rumours

The HUAWEI P70 series should sell for 4,999 CNY (about $700) for the model with 12GB RAM and 512GB of storage. The Huawei P70 Pro variant with 12GB RAM and 256 GB of storage should cost CNY6,999 ($970). There is also a P70 Pro+ model with 16GB RAM and 512 GB of storage, this should cost CNY8,999 ($1,200). In addition, the Huawei P70 Art model with 16GB RAM and 512 GB of storage should sell for CNY9,999 ($1,400). It is important to note that these are not official prices. They are speculations and rumours and not an official price list from Huawei.


In conclusion, the Huawei P70 series should make a significant splash in the smartphone market. It promises innovative camera technology, exclusive colour options, and stylish design elements. With the rumoured P70, P70 Pro, and P70 Art versions, along with potential additions like the P70 Pro+ and P70 Extraordinary Master Edition, Huawei is aiming to cater to a wide range of users.

The introduction of new colour choices such as light purple and “gray green” will add a touch of uniqueness to the series. Also, the advanced imaging capabilities, including the use of sensors like the OV50H and IMX989, promise exceptional photography performance.

The incorporation of variable aperture technology and a periscope lens further enhances the camera’s capabilities. This ensures detailed and vibrant shots even in challenging lighting conditions. Overall, the Huawei P70 series is shaping up to be a compelling option for those seeking a blend of cutting-edge technology and aesthetic appeal in their smartphones.

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