Huawei is scheduled to present the new P series sometime in March, which will probably be no different now. But despite promising improved sensors and imaging capabilities, better display and faster charging, the P60 and P60 Pro still have to make do with the previous generation set without 5G data connection and Google services. The latter is not that big in China para problem, but users may miss 5G already around there.
Huawei P60 Pro
It tries to compensate for this in the case of the P60 Pro with a higher resolution, which means 1440 x 3200 pixels at 6.6 inches. In addition to 120 Hz image refresh, the panel will also offer 1920 Hz PWM brightness control and the number of front-facing cameras may double. The battery capacity will also be significantly increased, so the P60 Pro can already manage with 5500 mAh, in addition to 100-watt wired fast charging, but of course the wireless solution will also be an option, with the usual 50-watt output.
The rear cameras will likely retain the 64-megapixel full-frame sensor with OIS, but the ultra-wide will be a 50-megapixel Sony They can be replaced with IMX858, and the 50 megapixel main camera is already supplied by the Japanese manufacturer from the IMX888 series. In the basic model (P60), we also expect a 50-megapixel ultra-wide-angle unit, while the main camera is 54 megapixels IMX789 can work with a sensor, and the optical zoom is a 16 megapixel IMX351 can provide it.
There is a good chance that the IP68-certified devices will work with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 set, which, although still maximally competitive, falls short of what is expected in this year’s top category, and 5G data connection will not be an option either. The satellite connection working with the BeiDou system will be available, but with limited support outside of China.