Huawei today introduced the P60, P60 Pro, P60 Art, Mate X3 and Watch Ultimate. The P60 series shares the same core hardware – a 6.67-inch LTPO OLED display with FHD+ resolution (1220 × 2700 pixels) and a refresh rate of 1-120 Hz. The panel is protected by Kunlun glass and features a built-in fingerprint sensor.
Traditionally, the P60 series brings the currently best Huawei cameras. All three Huawei phones share the same 48-megapixel main camera with an RYYB sensor and OIS. The sensor offers a variable aperture from f/1.4 to f/4.0 including automatic, scene-based switching. This approach should capture the optimal amount of light depending on the shooting environment. According to Huawei, the light-gathering capabilities of the new RYYB sensor are industry-leading. The main camera also supports videos up to a resolution of 4K.
Huawei P60 series with variable aperture
The Huawei P60 and P60 Pro also share the 13-megapixel ultra-wide camera with an f/2.2 aperture, while the P60 Art has a 40-megapixel sensor with an f/2.2. There are also differences in telephoto lenses. The P60 has a 12 megapixel telephoto camera with an f/3.4 aperture, OIS and a 125mm lens. The P60 Pro and P60 Art resolve 48 megapixels with OIS through a 90mm lens with 3.5x optical and 100x digital zoom.
The telephoto camera of the Huawei P60 Pro and P60 Art has an aperture of f/2.1, which on paper clearly outperforms the current competition when it comes to night photography. According to Huawei, the new 48-megapixel telephoto lens captures the largest amount of light in the industry. The sensor also features three-axis stabilization. In addition, there is the Huawei texture engine XD Fusion Pro, which reproduces object textures as closely as possible to the human eye.
All three P60 models are powered by Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 4G chipsets. There is also satellite communication on board via the Beidou satellite network, which can both send and receive messages. However, the function is limited to China.
The Huawei P60 and P60 Pro have 4,815 mAh batteries, which charge with 66 watts in the base model by cable and 88 watts in the Pro. Both versions also support 50-watt wireless charging. The P60 Art has a slightly larger battery capacity of 5,100 mAh. The silicon-carbon-cell offers a higher energy density compared to its lithium-ion based counterparts. All three phones run Harmony OS 3.1 and are IP68 certified.
The Huawei P60 and P60 Pro are available in Feather Purple, Feather Black, Emerald, as well as a limited Rococo White option. The P60 Art comes in Blue Sea and Quicksand Gold colors. Prices for the P60 start at 4,488 CNY (€604/$657) for the 128GB model and go up to 5,988 CNY (€806/$877) for the 512GB variant. The P60 Pro starts at CNY6,988 (€941/$1,023) for the 256GB model and costs CNY7,988 (€1,075/$1,170) with 512GB of storage. The P60 Art is available in two versions – 512GB for CNY8,988 (€1,210/$1,316) and a 1TB model for CNY10,998 (€1,479/$1,610).
Open sales for the P60 and P60 Pro in China will start on March 30th. The Huawei P60 Art will be launched on April 7th. Huawei has yet to announce international pricing and availability.