Power up with the P9

Manny Pham
March 16, 2016

A spec sheet of the Huawei P9 was accidentally displayed on an online store. 

Huawei’s next flagship device will be the P9, leaks of the device have been rampant, revealing a lot before the rumoured early April unveiling. We’re most likely to receive a device that looks almost exactly like last year’s P8 and now with the leaked specs out, we can draw more comparisons. Oppomart, an online store specialising in importing Chinese smartphones to the US, posted the specs we have before us.

As expected we’re getting an upgrade in specs with a Kirin 950 powering things. It will retain the 5.2-inch full HD display, add that with the same design language we got a device that’s extremely similar to the P8. 32GB of internal memory and 3GB of RAM will also be included. The snapper sees a downgrade to 12 megapixels but optical image stabilisation will apparently be retained.

A small excerpt about the 3000 mAh battery promises new power saving technology that will last you all day:

“The energy efficient display features CABC and DRAM (Display RAM) technology that adjust the level of backlight and differentiate between dynamic and static content on your screen. These technologies reduce the power consumed and allow you to run all your apps and data services, all day long.”

Huawei are expected to launch the P9 at an event in London on the 6th of April. More news to follow.

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Via 9to5Google.

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