Huawei P9 schematic confirms a fingerprint scanner and dual cameras

Recently, Huawei rolled out its Mate 8 smartphone and the company has already sold out 8 million units of this phone. We got the specifications leaked for this phone sometime in October last year and these were then confirmed by FCC in December. A similar kind of results is expected out from the upcoming flagship phone of the Chinese maker, Huawei P9.

As we know, the successor of the P8 phone is about the get released in a few weeks because of which we are getting more and more leaks and rumors about it nowadays. Today, we have got some information about the P9 handset from Huawei in the form of a leaked schematic. It can be clearly viewed in the schematic that the phone is a big departure from the design of P8 released in 2015.

The Chinese maker has provided this new handset with a physical Home button on the front place under the screen, which has a fingerprint scanner. For this fingerprint sensor only, the software rendered android buttons are let to forgo otherwise this would not have been done. We can clearly see a dual camera setup on the back of the phone with a dual LED flash. There is a sole speaker on the bottom side of this smartphone with the 3.5 mm headset jack.

As per reports, the frame of this device will be made using the metal material but it’s still not clear whether this will be extended to the back as well or will just be a sheet of glass. If we believe the past rumors, Huawei’s upcoming P9 phone will get a 5.2 inch Touchscreen display with 1080 pixels resolution.

There will be a Kirin 950 SoC chip and 3,000 mAh battery backup with good standby having capacity to last for long hours. This phone is provided by a 12MP rear snapper for clicking quality pictures even in low light conditions. We can expect this smartphone to get official at the MWC event in February and will be released to the stores in March.

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