For their new P10 with Leica lenses, Huawei has teamed up with Norine Farah Couture for a fashion shoot worthy of a lot more than a cover photo.
We are always in a constant struggle to take the perfect shot with our phones and improve our selfie game, but phone cameras just never seem to cooperate. Why we can’t just look as good on camera as we think we do in the mirror will forever remain a mystery. And forget about capturing that perfect sunset shot that is just within reach, because no matter how hard you try, it will always come out looking tragically less beautiful. Don’t we all just wish our phone cameras could perform as well as actual cameras? Well, Huawei just changed the phone photography game forever with the new Huawei P10, and we have the photos to prove it.
Huawei teamed up with Leica's Egyptian brand ambassador Abdelrahman Gabr-Koree and Norine Farah Couture for a stunning shoot to show off the new Huawei P10 and P10 plus’ incredible photographic abilities.
The phone boasts a dual 20+12 MP camera, as well as a 8MP front camera, all of which are equipped with Leica lenses, one of the oldest and most renowned camera makers in the world, making the P10 the world's first smartphone with a Leica front camera. The camera offers a portrait mode, which beautifies the subject, adjusts lighting, and perfects the photo at the press of a button. No more standing at awkward angles trying to make yourself look pretty. Just imagine how your profile pictures are going to look from now on. And for all you aspiring photographers out there, no need to go off and fill your brain with complicated camera settings that you can never quite master.
The photos, taken entirely using a Huawei P10, feature 3 models, each donning a Norine Farah Couture outfit representing the different colours the phone comes in, which are black, blue, and gold. The shoot took place at 3 different Cairo landmarks, and will be used for Huawei's main marketing campaign, which is a first for Egypt. We can't wait to get our hands on one of these babies.
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