Before this, Huawei announced that it would host the developer conference of HarmonyOS 4.0 next year. While the latter makes Google and Apple feel Huawei’s breath on their necks, another product might appear on the stage, the Huawei P60. In fact, there is still nothing official about this handset, but the phone has begun appearing in various leaks recently.
For instance, yesterday, we got a render showing the look of the Huawei P60. We can grab from the render that the screen ratio is very high. But the front doesn’t differ much from the previous models. At the same time, it seems Huawei has emphasized the rear changes (if this is accurate information, of course).
The render shows that the Huawei P60 series is still designed with double rings. However, in the picture, we see that the lenses in the upper ring are placed vertically while the lower ring horizontally carries camera components.
As for the front changes, there are two selfie cameras in the center. One of them is likely to be a wide-angle lens, which will have a more prominent performance in selfies.
It is reported that the Huawei P60 series may all use Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen2 processor. But the latter will lack the 5G support. As for the primary camera, the series may use a super outsole sensor and will also adopt a new 64-megapixel telephoto solution. It should come with Huawei’s first variable aperture on the Mate 50 and the Huawei XMAGE self-developed imaging platform.
This is a new screen form, with four-curved screen of equal height Gaussian.First used for Moto X40series pic.twitter.com/ymaXsUTici
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We have even heard that Huawei might bring a very powerful screen to this lineup. In June this year, China Star Optoelectronics released a screen technology called “quad-curved screen of equal height Gaussian.” There are also rumors that the Moto X40 will debut it soon.