Huawei P60 Rendering

The Huawei P60 | A Closer Look at the Flagship’s Design and Features

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Leak Highlights

  • The Huawei P60 will be outfitted with a 50MP camera using the IMX888 sensor
  • A 6.6-inch 120Hz OLED screen with a resolution of 3200 x 1440
  • A long-lasting 5500mAh battery with 100W wired & 50W wireless charging
  • Equipped with Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip
  • Not 5G compatible, but offers superior 4G connectivity through Qualcomm’s customization

The Huawei Mate series made a comeback in September of last year, bringing with it a host of innovative technologies. One of the most notable of these was the integration of satellite communications, which allows users to stay connected even in areas with poor cellular coverage. The new Mate series also featured Kunlun glass, a new type of glass that is both durable and scratch-resistant.

Display and Camera Features

The Huawei P60 Pro will feature a large 6.6-inch 120Hz BOE OLED screen. This display will have a resolution of 3200 x 1440 and will also support 1920Hz high-frequency PWM dimming, ensuring that the image quality is sharp and vibrant. The front-facing camera on the device will be a 32MP lens that will allow for high-quality selfies and video calls. The rear camera setup, on the other hand, is expected to be quite impressive, as it will feature a 50MP main camera (IMX888), a 50MP ultra-wide angle lens, and a 64MP telephoto lens. These cameras will support variable aperture, allowing for better low-light performance and more control over the depth of field. The camera system is also powered by Huawei’s imaging XMAGE technology, which provides advanced imaging capabilities and improves image quality.

In addition to the renderings shared by RODENT950, digital blogger @DigitalChatStation has also provided some insight into the P60’s camera system. According to @DigitalChatStation, the Huawei P60 will use two new sensor main cameras, IMX789 and IMX888. Of these two sensors, the IMX888 is expected to debut first. Both sensors have a resolution of 50MP, with a size of 1/1.4 inches, and they will feature variable apertures. With these powerful sensors, users can expect the P60 to take high-quality, detailed photographs.

Huawei P60 Rendering

Hardware and Performance

Under the hood, the P60 Pro will be powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 4G mobile platform, which is a powerful and energy-efficient processor. This will allow the device to run multiple applications and perform well even when handling heavy workloads. The device will also be equipped with a 5500mAh battery, which is expected to provide enough power to last throughout the day. Additionally, the P60 Pro will support both 100W wired and 50W wireless charging, which will allow for rapid charging of the device.

Additional Features

In addition to the high-performance hardware, the P60 Pro will also come with a variety of other features that are designed to make the user experience better. For example, the device will support satellite messaging, which will allow users to send and receive messages even in areas with the weak network coverage. The device will also have an emergency mode, which will allow the user to quickly access important features such as the camera, flashlight, and GPS, even when the battery is low. The P60 Pro will also be equipped with an X-axis linear motor, which will provide a more advanced haptic feedback experience when interacting with the device. The device will also have an infrared remote control, which will allow the user to control other infrared devices such as TVs, ACs, and more. Lastly, the device is rated with an IP68 rating making it dustproof and waterproof, which will provide additional protection to the device and make it suitable for use in a variety of environments.

As we move forward into the new year, there is an increasing buzz around Huawei’s upcoming P series phones. Recently, overseas digital blogger @RODENT950 shared new renderings of the Huawei P60 series. These renderings give us a glimpse of what the P60 series might look like, and they reveal that the design of the rear camera module has undergone a significant change.

Huawei P60 Design

Judging from the pictures, the design of the rear camera module of the Huawei P60 series is now a vertical rectangle, with a huge ring surrounding the main camera in the middle. This ring is highly prominent and immediately recognizable, making it clear that the P60’s camera system is a major selling point for the device. Additionally, there are two cameras located on the top and bottom of the image module, and the flash is situated in the upper right corner. The overall look is relatively simple and elegant.

Huawei P60 DigitalChatStation leak

In terms of connectivity, Huawei P60 will not support 5G networks, instead, it uses a 4G version that has been customized by Qualcomm. As the P series is Huawei’s flagship line, it is safe to assume that the P60 will be a high-performance device in every way. We look forward to the new phone bringing us surprises in terms of camera capabilities and performance.

Huawei P60 series highlights

Source ( Mydrivers, in Chinese )