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Huawei To Come With Dual OIS Camera Sooner Than Apple

 

IFA2016 is a great place to announce newer handsets, and many manufacturers act so. Huawei being one of the most impressive Chinese smartphone makers has announced a few devices in face of the Huawei Nova and Nova Plus. But I guess all we are expecting for the next Huawei flagship dubbed as the Huawei Mate 9. The latter has been leaked for many times and we know it will be a great device packed with eye-catching features. But whether there will be dual cameras with OIS remains a big question.

Huawei Mate 9

The Huawei Mate 9 is rumored to sport an octa-core processor paired with a 4GB/6GB of RAM and a64GB/128GB of ROM. There should be an improved GPU in comparison to its predecessor. As for connectivity, the Mate 9 is said to support native CDMA networks alongside with LTE Cat.12 baseband. A faster charging option seems mandatory for current high-end smartphones. So the Huawei Mate 9 will feature it as well. Finally, we get to the most important feature that made people talk about itself a lot. I mean once the Huawei Mate 9 began spotting on differences sources, many wondered whether it will come with dual OIS cameras. Seems it will do. And if our predictions are right, Apple will fall behind.

Apple iPhone to lack OIS

Recently we talked about the Apple’s problems referring to the Electromagnetic Interference. But as you remember we said most likely Huawei will delay the launch of dual OIS camera handsets just like Apple. The fact Apple’s upcoming models won’t sport such a feature is incontestable, but we can’t say the same for Huawei. I mean Huawei is going to release its next flagship in October, and it’s rumored the company has delayed the launch of the Mate 9 to be able to fix the problem.

There is a little difference between dual cameras of Huawei and Apple (the first will come with dual tone option (black and white), while the latter will come with two-color mode). But regardless these technical differences Apple will be the third company to come with dual OIS camera handsets after HTC and Huawei.

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