Aside from the Mate 60 Pro, Huawei also silently announced the regular Mate 60 as well. While they have confirmed to Android Authority that the Mate 60 Pro will not be made available outside of China, the regular Mate 60 might have better odds for global availability.
How different is the regular Mate 60 then? For one, it settles for a more conventional single punch-hole on its smaller 6.69-inch 120hz LTPO OLED display, where it houses a 13-megapixel selfie shooter. Despite the smaller display, you still get the same second-gen Kunlun glass protection.
As for the triple rear camera setup, you still get the 50-megapixel main camera with a f/1.4-4.0 variable aperture and 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera, but the telephoto camera is toned down to a 12-megapixel periscope camera with 5x optical zoom. Being slightly smaller, the regular Mate 60 comes with a 4650mAh battery with support for 66w charging.
Like the Pro model, the regular Mate 60 comes with 12GB RAM and 512GB internal storage, along with an unknown processor that most reports indicate as the Kirin 9000s. It also gets satellite messaging as well using an in-house chip.
As the standard model, the Huawei Mate 60 is CNY 1000 more affordable at CNY 5,999(~Php 47k) and will be available on September 17. Huawei did not talk about global availability, but since the Pro model is not making its way outside of China, we will most likely get the vanilla model instead.