Huawei Honor V8
Huawei look set to release now another dual camera phone this is the Huawei Honor V8, the Huawei P9.So far Huawei have noe released 2 models of phone that have a dual camera rear arrangement. This is the Huawei P6 Plus, this month it was the launch of the Huawei P9 with Leica certified rear cameras.
Huawei has dropped a huge hint regarding its next smartphone to wear the Honor brand name.Huawei likely to be called the V8, and it also may share the same dual-camera setup seen on the superb Huawei P9. and it teaser image and short GIF posted to the official Honor Weibo social networking site, it shows what looks like two lenses projecting the V8 name.
Huawei Honor V8 TeaserFurthermore, This phone figure eight is stylised to resemble the OO logo used to promote the P9 ahead of its launch, but interestingly the lenses are possibly vertically stacked on the V8, rather than side-by-side. We won’t have to wait long to see what Honor has in store for us either, because the V8 — or whatever it ends up being called — will be revealed on May 10.
Related: Our review of the superb Huawei P9
Before we get overexcited, it’s what isn’t being said that stands out most. There’s no mention of the Leica name, and the established camera manufacturer has a big hand in making the P9 such an excellent cameraphone. It’s not evidence that Leica isn’t involved, but it’s not a good sign either. There’s also no indication of what features the dual camera will have, but it’s likely to be a continuation of the bokeh effects seen on the P9.
If you’re not familiar with the Honor brand name, it’s a spin-off of Huawei, offering fun, funky, and competitively priced smartphones for the younger generation. It’s a global brand, and launched in the U.S. earlier this year with the Honor 5X, a close relation to Huawei’s Honor 7. At just $200 without a contract, it’s superbly priced for an all-metal, 5.5-inch phone. For some added confusion, the V8 may be announced with the Glory name attached, which is yet another alternative brand name for the firm, but usually restricted for devices on sale in China.