Huawei has today revealed its latest flagship devices, the P9, and the P9 Plus.

Both feature a slimline metal body, but the P9 Plus has a slightly larger screen. Probably the most interesting feature is from Huawei’s new partnership with Leica, who will be bringing dual cameras to both of the smartphone’s.

Both devices also feature 32GB of storage with a microSD card slot, a fingerprint scanner, USB-C port, and an IR blaster. The P9 features a 3,000 mAh battery, whilst the P9 Plus features a slightly larger 3,400 mAh one. Huawei also said that the P9 Plus should hit 70 percent capacity after just an hours charge.

The P9 will also feature a 5.2 inch Full HD display with 423ppi, 96 percent colour saturation and 500 nits. The P9 Plus has a slightly larger 5.5-inch Full HD display.

This is surrounded by a very slim 1.7mm bezel.

Both also have dual 12-megapixel cameras with a 27mm f/2.2 equivalent aspherical lens, one of the cameras will shoot in red, green and blue while the other captures images in black and white, which should allow for more light in your photos and a greater depth of field.

Inside of the phones, you will find an octa-core Kirin 955 chipset and 3GB of RAM on the P9 and 4GB of RAM on the P9 Plus, both will also run Android 6.0 Marshmallow with Huawei’s EMUI 4.1 overlay.

The P9 will be available in white, grey, silver, prestige gold, haze gold and rose gold from £449 for 32GB. The P9 Plus will come in white, gold, grey and rose gold from £549 for 64GB. Both should be available from 16 April.

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