Recent reports claim that the Huawei P60 and P60 Pro will go on sale in March 2022 and include upgraded cameras, displays, and batteries.
The P60 Pro’s back camera is said to have a new Sony IMX888 sensor with 50MP and a 50MP ultra-wide camera with 50MP (possibly the IMX858, up from 13MP). The telephoto camera will use the same 64MP sensor as the regular camera (OmniVision OV64B). Huawei p60 will have a different camera setup with a 52Mp IMX789 sensor with 1.12m pixels. A 50MP ultra-wide (IMX858) and a 16MP telephoto camera will join it (IMX351).
Both smartphones will likely use the same XMAG imaging system and feature variable aperture used previously in Huawei Mate 50 Pro. This sensor’s main highlight is the variable aperture.
Huawei P60 pro features a 6.6 inches 120hz Oled display with a resolution of 1440 x 3200. This display is also said to use high-frequency PWM dimming (1,920HZ), and the panel is from the BOE. This display is a great update from the recent Huawei “s flagship. This smartphone will feature a punch-hole front-facing 32MP selfie camera.
This P series is expected to adopt some features from the Huawei mate 50 series which could be:
- Kunlun toughened glass
- IP68 rating
According to rumors, the Huawei P60 will come with 4G connectivity. Qualcomm snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 will power with a 5,500 mAh battery with wireless charging that supports 50W, and with cable, it supports 100W.
Satellite communication may be supported by phones. However, because it is based on the BeiDou constellation, it may only have limited support outside China (as with the Mate 50 phones).
Huawei has not yet officially confirmed or declared a specific release date for the P60 series. If the March release speculations are genuine, We may anticipate formal information to be released soon.
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