A design sketch shared on Weibo gives us a peak at the front of the Huawei P60 Pro and comes with more details about the back. Huawei will allegedly join Realme in following Apple’s Dynamic Island design. The phone is set to return to the pill-shaped module that combines a selfie camera with a depth sensor, similar to what the P40 had (except centered). The depth sensor was scrapped for the P50.
The P60-series will launch next week on March 23 and should bring a new version of HarmonyOS with it – v3.1, allegedly. This is expected to add support for Dynamic Island notifications and shortcuts to work with the new design.
The back of the P60 Pro will have a two-storey camera island – the circular element will stick out to give the main module more room, the other cameras will be placed on the lower rectangular island.
A schematic that allegedly shows the Huawei P60 Pro design
According to leaked specs, the main camera will have a 50MP Sony IMX888 sensor, joined by 50MP IM858 ultra wide and a 64MP OV64B telephoto (3.5x). Huawei CEO Richard Yu even shared a camera sample from the tele lens last week. This camera island should also house a 3D ToF sensor and the XMAGE logo that indicates Huawei’s in-house image processing pipeline.
The schematic gives the dimensions – the phone will measure 176.6mm tall, 74mm wide and 7.6mm thick (without the camera bump).
Anyway, additional specs include a 6.6” QHD+ display, which will have curved sides, if the schematic is to be believed. The P60 Pro will be powered by a 4G version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and a 5,000mAh battery with 100W wired and 50W wireless charging.
For comparison: Huawei P40 Pro • Huawei P50 Pro
The Huawei P60 Pro is coming next week and it will be joined by the vanilla P60, we also expect to see a new foldable, the Huawei Mate X3.
Source (in Chinese) | Via