I’ve had my Huawei P9 for a few months now ad in that time, I’ve seriously not stopped telling the world how great it is.
Forget the other smartphones out there for a minute and take the time to understand the brilliance of the Huawei P9. I’ve detailed the technological brilliance of the Huawei P9 in my last post, but in this post I want to just detail the power of the photography capabilities built in.
To really detail just how amazing the Huawei P9 really is, I took myself out to the incredible city of Hong Kong, where there’s plenty of sun and culture all around to shoot. This whole campaign was all about showing you, our readers, the beauty of photography through a smartphone, as well as how impressive the Huawei P9 performs.
For those who may not remember, allow me to give you a little more insight into the P9 spec.
The incredible Huawei P9 comes packed with a dual-lens Leica 12MP camera, including the Summarit H 1:2.2/27 ASPH sensor array. Put this all together and you get two wide-aperture, f/1.1 sensors fulfilling different purposes. Both feature a large pixel size for more light, but one handles RGB colour while the other is a monochromatic black-and-white sensor bringing you the very best of both worlds.
There’s also hybrid laser and depth auto-focus capabilities which can switch to the best solution for short and long-range photography – the Huawei P9 comes with the world’s first dedicated depth image-signal processor (as well as a dedicated Digital Signal Processor) to truly change the way you see the world.
In a less nerdy context, the Huawei P9 brings you everything you could ask for and much, much more. But allow me to show you some of the photo examples from my travels.
Hong Kong has to be for me, one of my very favourite cities in the world, with an epic combination off big, face-paced city living, with a beautiful dual existence of the old Chinese culture. Whilst there I split out my travels to three key destinations:
Tsim Sha Tsui (Hong Kong)
Buddha & Po Lin Monastery