Huawei has been forced to apologise after posting a'misleading' caption for a smartphone promotion picture. The Chinese tech firm shared an eye-catching picture of food writer Ella Woodward to advertise the low-light capabilities of its P9 handset with a caption that suggested it had been shot on the phone. But it came under fire after it emerged that the picture had actually been taken on a 4,500 Canon camera. The picture Huawei uploaded to Google had stylish lens-flare and showed Miss Woodward, known as'Deliciously Ella' in a grey top, with her hair crisply illuminated by sunlight. The caption underneath it read: 'We managed to catch a beautiful sunrise with Deliciously Ella.
The Huawei P20 is expected to be Huawei's new flagship Android phone for 2018 and it looks like it now has a launch date. Huawei has already sent out invitations for a press event scheduled for March 27 in Paris, France and it's being speculated that the P10 successor will be announced during the event.
Huawei may have already impressed many with the Huawei P9, which features a dual-camera system co-developed with Leica. Now, it looks like the Chinese phone maker is planning a follow-up -- another handset that would feature the same camera technology. A new batch of photos were leaked recently, showing the chassis of an unreleased Huawei handset that is believed to be the Huawei Mate 9. What is most compelling about the leaked images is, the chassis clearly shows that the handset will feature a dual-camera setup. There's no Huawei branding on the chassis, but it does indeed look similar to the company's previous handset. The two holes which are placed within a pill-shaped metallic ring are believed to be where the dual cameras will be placed.