This week the Chinese company Huawei presented a new flagship smartphone Mate 60 Pro. Following this, the manufacturer released a cheaper model Mate 60, which also does not do without interesting features, including support for satellite communications.
The novelty has a 6.69-inch OLED display with support for a resolution of 2688 × 1216 pixels, a dynamic refresh rate from 1 to 120 Hz and 100% coverage of the DCI-P3 color space. It is a panel with a high-frequency PWM backlight with a frequency of 1440 Hz and a sensor sampling rate of 300 Hz. The screen is protected from mechanical damage by second-generation Kunlun glass. The body of the device is made according to the IP68 standard, so the smartphone can withstand immersion in water up to a depth of 4 meters.
At the top of the display is a circular hole that houses a 13-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera (f/2.4), which allows you to capture high-quality images and 4K video. On the back of the body there is a triple main camera, combining a 50-megapixel sensor with support for optical stabilization and variable aperture f/1.4-f4.0, a 12-megapixel module with a telephoto lens and support for optical image stabilization (f /3.4) and 12-megapixel ultra wide-angle module (f/2.2). Supports 5x optical and 50x digital zoom.
Which processor is used in the Mate 60 is currently unknown. The smartphone will be available in versions with 12 GB of RAM and a 256 GB, 512 GB and 1 TB drive. Autonomous operation is provided by a 4750 mAh rechargeable battery with support for fast wired charging up to 66 W and wireless charging up to 50 W. Implementation of support for Beidou satellite communications in China.
The Huawei Mate 60 has dimensions of 161.4 × 76 × 7.95mm and weighs 209g. It is sold in black, green, silver and purple body colors. The basic version of the smartphone with 12GB RAM and 256GB ROM costs about $755 in the home market, the model with 12GB RAM and 512GB ROM costs $825, and for the version with 12GB RAM and 1TB ROM you have to pay $960.