Huawei P60 series gets another license – does not support 5G


Huawei P60

Chinese manufacturing giant, Huawei, is currently working on its new flagship series, the Huawei P60 series. This series has gotten a couple of licenses which have revealed some core specs of the series. Recently, two new Huawei models, LNA-AL00 and MNA-AL00 were recently licensed for network access through telecom equipment. The license lists the device as a “TD-LTE digital mobile phone”. This means that the device does not support a 5G network. In addition, a new Huawei phone with the model number ALT-AL00 has also entered the network. The specific model is not yet known, and it is also a 4G phone.

According to news from the supply chain, Huawei will launch two flagships this year. One of the flagships is the Huawei P60 series while the other is the Huawei Mate 60 series. The former is expected to be released around March this year while the latter around September this year. Reports so far reveal that the flagship Huawei P60 series will support Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ chip.

Huawei P60 series

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Huawei P60 series to come with a new sensor

Popular Weibo tech blogger @DCS reveals that the Huawei P60 series will use two new outsole main cameras. One of the sensors will be IMX789 while the other will be IMX888. The Huawei P60 series will be the first mobile phone to use the IMX888 camera sensor. Both sensors are 50MP with 1/1.4 flagship specifications and will also adopt a variable aperture design.

Huawei P60 Pro

It is worth noting that the IMX789 sensor has been used on the OnePlus 9 Pro, which is originally 52Mp 1/1.35″ in size, but OnePlus has cut it to 48Mp for imaging design. Huawei will also cut the size of this sensor. There is also a suspected Huawei P60 series mobile phone case on the Internet. The picture shows that the phone uses a very unique three-camera layout.

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