Huawei's upcoming P9 flagship smartphone will have as many as four variants, according to a new report. Aside from the standard P9, the other three variants will be the more budget-friendly P9lite, a P9max (which has already been spotted on AnTuTu), and an unnamed higher-specced P9.
As per the report, the unnamed fourth variant will have a slightly larger display as well as more RAM and internal memory compared to the standard P9. It will also feature a dual-lens 12 MP rear camera unit - if you recall, a couple of previous rumors have already hinted towards a dual camera on P9's back.
The report also revealed that none of these variants will be unveiled at this year's MWC, which is scheduled for late next month. It says that Huawei will instead announce them "several weeks post-MWC," something which is inline with rumors of a March unveiling.
Finally, the report also noted that none of Huawei's phones this year - including these P9 variants - will feature QHD resolution display. The reason is that Huawei doesn't consider the resolution worth the trade-off in power drain.