It's speculated that the new series from Huawei will have some relation to the company's P series due to them using the P10 as a placeholder in the leaked marketing material. According to some newly leaked Huawei ads, it seems that the Chinese company isn't satisfied with being in a tie for second place. 2016 is the year that saw a rise in dual-camera setups on smartphones, and 2018 might see the first ever smartphone with a triple-lens if the leaks are true for the Huawei P11.
This could be a mask for the time being to cover the actual Huawei P11 branding of the device or it could also suggest Huawei launching a new camera-centric "PCE series" smartphone.
We haven't heard much about the successor to the Huawei P10, but this information definitely makes it a device to keep an eye on. The rumor comes courtesy of Evan Blass, who had noticed a digital artist at one of Huawei's creative agencies had added the above pictured promotional material to their portfolio, which has since been removed from the original location. It will also have a 24MP Pro Selfie Camera with low light enhancement for clearer and sharper details. Yes, three lenses on the back, 40MP resolution, 5x zoom, and a 24MP front-facing camera to boot. The triple-lens rear camera say it offers 40MP and 5x hybrid zooming performance. The ads also describe the various features of the camera such as the Pro Night Mode and the Pro AI assist. These features include a dedicated "Pro" night mode that will take full advantage of the "new sensor and optics", which themselves are said to be capable of capturing "100 percent more light". In this case, less can be more, but considering Huawei's success due to a partnership with Leica, it's likely the camera will perform admirably in most any situation. The P11 is expected to launch at Mobile World Congress in February.