Aside from the P60 series, Mate X3, and Watch Ultimate, Huawei also launched more products with the MatePad 11 (2023), FreeBuds 5, and Enjoy 60.
To start things off, the MatePad 11 (2023) is an update from the 2021 version with a new rear camera module design, a slightly larger 11-inch 120hz display, and a Snapdragon 870 processor (the 2021 version used a Snapdragon 865). Save for those updates, the MatePad 11 (2023) still has a 7250mAh battery with 22.5 wired charging, 4-speaker system, 13-megapixel rear camera, and 8-megapixel front camera.
For TWS earbuds, Huawei is creative with the design of the Freebuds 5. The curvy earbuds employ an in-ear design without silicone tips. Curious design aside, they support L2HC and LDAC codecs, which allows them to support Hi-Res audio wireless and spatial audio (with HarmonyOS 3 devices). You also get ANC as well, along with dynamic EQ tuning.
Inside those uniquely-shaped earbuds are 11mm LCP dual magnetic drivers. The come with Bluetooth 5.2, which means that the FreeBuds 5 support multi-point pairing. They have an IP54 rating, and lasts up to 30 hours with the charging case.
Finally, you have the Enjoy 60, which is a China-only entry-level phone that has as large 6000mAh battery that supports 22.5w charging, an equally large 6.75-inch TFT display, and a 48-megapixel main camera.
The MatePad 11 (2023) starts at CNY 2199(~Php 17.6k), while the FreeBuds 5 and Enjoy 60 are priced at CNY 899(~Php 7.2k) and CNY 1299(~Php 10.4k) respectively.