When is the Huawei P60 and P60 Pro expected to launch?
Although the Huawei P50 series has been available for purchase for more than a year (the phones were introduced in August 2021), the firm has not given up on developing a new P-series flagship model. The Huawei P60 and P60 Pro will reportedly be released in March of this year, and according to recent rumors, they will bring with them upgraded cameras, sharper displays, and larger batteries.
Huawei P60 Pro specification:
It is speculated that the Huawei P60 Pro will have a 6.6-inch OLED display with a resolution of 1,440 x 3,200 pixels, which is higher than the resolution of the Huawei P50 Pro, which was just 1,228 x 2,700 pixels. The dimming method will be high-frequency pulse width modulation (1,920Hz). The panel will come from BOE, and it will include a 32MP selfie camera embedded inside it. The panel will be obtained from BOE.
The main sensor of the back camera will be improved to 50 megapixels (it will be a new Sony IMX888), and the ultra-wide lens will also be upgraded to a 50-megapixel sensor (possibly the IMX858, up from 13MP). It’s possible that the telephoto camera will employ the same 64-megapixel sensor (OmniVision OV64B).
According to the same piece of information, the P60 Pro will reportedly be driven by a 4G version of the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 CPU and will include a 5,500mAh battery with 100W wired and 50W wireless charging capabilities. As a point of reference, the P50 Pro included a Snapdragon 888 4G processor along with a 4,360mAh battery that supported 66W/50W charging.
Huawei P60 specification:
The base model of the Huawei P60 will use a different configuration. Its primary camera ought to be a 52-megapixel IMX789, which has a 1/1.35″ sensor and 1.12-micron pixels. It will be accompanied by a 16MP telephoto camera (IMX351? ), as well as a 50MP ultra-wide camera (IMX858).
It is anticipated that several features from the Mate 50 series, such as Kunlun toughened glass for the screen, would be transferred over to the Huawei P60 series (the phones will also have an IP68 rating for dust and water resistance). In addition to this, they should support satellite communication, despite the fact that it will employ the BeiDou constellation and may have limited support outside of China (as is the case with the Mate 50 phones).
The XMAGE imaging technology developed in-house will serve as the foundation for both of the phones’ cameras. According to information that has been speculated, the variable aperture that was present on the Mate 50 Pro will be incorporated into both of these phones.
If the March release date is accurate, we should start seeing official information rather soon. Huawei has not yet announced an official release date for the P60 series.