Huawei Partners with Leica - Improved Smartphones in the near future?
Leica, they have been around for over 100 years and more recently, their lenses have been found in various models of the Panasonic line. I personally have the Panasonic GM1 camera fitted with a Leica lens, and I must say, it has been delivering superb photos. Leica products do display a premium level of precision. So what has it got to do with Huawei, the Chinese company recently booming into the scene with their affordable yet good smartphones. Read on then.
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More recently, the CEO of Leica Camera AG, Oliver Kaltner has announced a strategic alliance between Huawei and Leica Camera, bringing together two rapidly growing global brands together. It's really interesting to see this partnership, meaning most likely the latest Huawei smartphones, (maybe the Huawei P9?) would be fitted with Leica lenses.
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These days, we use our smartphones a lot, especially to take that ever increasing selfies, and more importantly it is useful when we need to take those impromptu photo shots. With the inclusion of Leica lenses into Huawei future smartphones, it should open an important door for Leica to new target groups and fields of application! I'm definately looking forward to holding a Huawei device fitted with Leica lens.
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In 2015 Huawei sold over 100 million mobile phones, becoming the first Chinese company to achieve this milestone. That's a huge achievement indeed, with their sales booming in Malaysia as well. It's not the first time Huawei partnered with global giants, with the recent Google partnership to develop the Nexus 6P smartphone.
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I'm therefore looking forward to news of the latest Huawei P9, with a fitted Leica lens. This means, I can snap more beautiful and crisp photos without actually bringing out my other Panasonic camera, or the DSLR I have lying at home. Exciting news, and a great move from Huawei. Keep tuned here for further developments on this partnership, as I'm as curious as anyone to know exactly what these two giants have in mind! What do you think will come out from this? The comment box is open.