Huawei P60, P60 Pro and P60 Art
The main technology for all three phones is the same: a 6.67-inch LTPO OLED screen with FHD+ resolution (1220 x 2700 px) and a refresh rate of 1 to 120 Hz. The screens have a built-in fingerprint sensor and are covered by Kunlun glass.
Huawei has just released three phones in its P60 line. There’s the standard Huawei P60, the Huawei P60 Pro, and the Huawei P60 Art, which features a more avant-garde style.
Depending on the shooting conditions, this method should catch the optimum quantity of light. According to Huawei’s selling documents, the new RYYB sensor’s light-capturing capabilities are industry-leading. The main camera can also capture footage in 4K resolution.
Regarding the ultrawide camera, the P60 and P60 Pro both use a 13MP sensor with an f/2.2 aperture, while the P60 Art uses a 40MP sensor with the same aperture. The telescopic lens is the next component to be discussed; the P60 features a 12MP telephoto module with an f/3.4 aperture, OIS, and a 125mm comparable lens. Better 48MP telephoto modules with OIS and a 90mm comparable lens with 3.5x optical and 100x digital magnification are added to the P60 Pro and P60 Art.
The telescopic lens on the P60 Pro and P60 Art has an f/2.1 aperture, which should perform significantly better in low-light situations than competitive modules from other manufacturers. Huawei claims that its new 48MP telephoto lens can catch the most light in the business, which is a bold assertion. The camera is also three-axis stabilised.
The P60 line includes Huawei’s XD Fusion Pro texture engine, which attempts to reproduce object textures as closely as possible to how they are viewed by the human eye.
The Snapdragon 8+ 4G processor is used in all three P60 phones, which is an LTE-only variant of the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC from last year.
The capacity to transmit and receive Beidou satellite communications is another notable feature of the P60 series. When there is no ground connection, you can transmit and receive text messages, but this functionality will be restricted to China.
The 4,815 mAh cells in the Huawei P60 and P60 Pro have 66W wired charging on the standard edition and 88W on the Pro. Additionally, both models enable 50W cordless charging. The P60 Art has a slightly bigger battery capacity (5,100 mAh), and because it uses silicon-carbon cells instead of lithium-ion ones, it has a greater energy efficiency. All three phones are IP68 certified and come pre-installed with Harmony OS 3.1.
Feather Purple, Feather Black, Emerald Emerald, as well as a constrained Rococo White variant, are available for the Huawei P60 and P60 Pro. P60 Art is available in Quicksand Gold and Blue Sea.
The P60 is priced starting at CNY 4,488 ($657) for the base 128GB variant and rising to CNY 5,988 ($877) for the 512GB iteration.
The 256GB P60 Pro costs CNY 6,988 ($1,023), while the 512GB variant costs CNY 7,988 ($1,170).
P60 Art is available in two capacities: 512GB for CNY 8,988 ($1,316) and 1TB for CNY ($1,610).
The P60 and P60 Pro will go on sale in China on March 30. The Huawei P60 Art will be accessible beginning April 7. International pricing and availability will be announced subsequently.