New leaked images of the Huawei P9

by: John DyeMarch 28, 2016

Huawei P9 oppomart pic

If the pre-launch campaign for the Huawei P9 were a cruise ship, then you’d probably want to pass on buying tickets for a week-long getaway because this thing has been as leaky as the Titanic. The much hyped device features dual cameras on the back, which Huawei has been teasing for a while now with a playful ad campaign. However, the mystique and coyness of these advertisements has been somewhat undercut by the barrage of leaked footage we’ve seen of this device leading up to its April 6th unveiling.

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We’ve just received our latest batch of leaked images from MyDrivers, and they confirm much of what has been seen in other leaks and what has been rumored. What do we know so far about the Huawei P9? Well, so far it looks like both the cameras on the back will be 12 megapixel components with the 5.2-inch display rocking a resolution of 1080 x 1920. The Kirin 950 chipset will benefit from 3GB of RAM to keep this baby purring, and the 32 gigs of internal storage will give you plenty of space to move around. The back camera will also feature laser focus and OIS, which is pretty nifty.

What are your thoughts on the Huawei P9? Is this sleek little device being overhyped, or is it going to be the next big thing? Let us know what you’re expecting from this smartphone in the comments below, and be sure to check back with us on April 6th to get the full scoop from the official unveiling!

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  • Kunal Narang

    The back of this device is awesome!

  • Airyl

    I loved the P8 despite it’s flaws, so I’m definitely looking forward to the P9.

  • Say What??

    I will be buying the P9 Max if it has US LTE support but I don’t think it will.

    • =

      Chances for US LTE support are BIG.

      • Say What??

        According to some websites that already have the phone listed as pre order, it doesn’t. If not I hope they make a US version but somehow I doubt they will.

  • SebStatic

    I really want to like these devices, but the one drawback for me is EMUI. Performance wise it’s even worse than Samsungs old touchwiz. If the custom ROM community is pretty active I might pick this one up though.

    • Steven Fox

      Hardly the case. Both Samsung and Huawei have done huge optimiziations on their last itterations with Marshmallow and both TouchWiz and EMUI now run almost buttery smooth.

    • Anon

      EMUI is now freaking smooth. So is touchwiz. no offense but saying EMUI has bad performance is an outdated opinion.
      the UI layout may be a little clunky compared to stock, but it sure is smooth as heck

  • kiwiruss

    I’d like to get one of these, but the lack of US LTE will prevent me from pulling the trigger.

    • Sameer Pervez (Sam)

      How do you know it so lack Lte support in us?? There is no proof for your claim!

  • Joshua

    No pop out battery, ill get the g5

  • Ethan Campbell

    But I just got the tickets to P9 Cruise. Maybe Google and Huawei could do a tablet called the Nexus H, just like the Samsung-made Nexus 2 is officially called the Nexus S