Huawei P60 Series Brings Variable Aperture Camera, Satellite Connectivity

Huawei P60 Series Brings Variable Aperture Camera, Satellite Connectivity

Just like the Mate 50 series, Huawei is bringing both its XMAGE and variable aperture camera to the P60 series.

Both the P60 and vanilla models have a lot in common: you get a 6.67-inch LTPO display with a 120hz refresh rate and Kunlun glass protection, a 48-megapixel RYYB main camera with a f/1.4-4.0 variable aperture and OIS, 13-megapixel f/2.2 ultra-wide camera, a 4815mAh battery 50w wireless charging, and an IP68 rating.

Both phones are also powered by a 4G version of the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 and adds Beidou satellite support–though this feature is only usable in China. The main difference between the two phones is with the telephoto camera: the P60 gets a 12-megapixel sensor with an f/3.4 aperture and OIS, while the Pro model gets a new 48-megapixel RYYB sensor that has a bright f/2.1 aperture and 3-axis OIS. Both phones are powered by XMAGE and utilize Huawei’s XD Fusion Pro texture engine for better image post-processing.

Another difference is with wired charging speeds: the vanilla model supported 66w charging, while the Pro model supports 88w charging.

The Huawei P60 starts at CNY 4488(~Php 35.8k) for the 128GB variant and goes up to CNY 5988(~Php 47.7k) for the 512GB variant. The Pro model, on the other hand, starts at CNY 6988(~Php 55.6k) for the 256GB variant while the 512GB variant is priced at CNY 7988(~Php 63.6k). Both phones will go on sale in China on March 30.


  • Anonymous , May 16, 2023

    The design of the phone is extremely distinctive, as are its camera’s marco lens, zooming abilities, and addition of Kunlun glass.

  • Cie , May 17, 2023

    technical terms! Possessing Kunlun glass equipped with a potent XMAGE camera technology is fantastic.

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