Huawei P60 series image specs leak again

Huawei P60

The Huawei P50 series was quite a success but only in the Chinese market. Huawei mobile phones are no longer attractive outside China, many thanks to the series of bans by the U.S. However, the company is now set to unveil the successor to the P50 series which is the Huawei P60 series. Over the past few weeks, there have been several speculations regarding the Huawei P60 series. The latest of these is with respect to the camera of this device. Popular Weibo leakster, @DCS reveals the camera specs from the engineering model of this device.

Huawei P60 series

According to his Weibo post, the Huawei P60 series will come with a Sony IMX888 main camera, an IMX858 ultra-wide-angle lens, and an OV64B telephoto lens that supports 3.5X optical zoom. According to previous reports, the Huawei P60 series is likely to be the first model to use the Sony IMX888 sensor.

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Huawei P60 specs leak

Also, the P60 series will also support variable aperture lenses. This tech has been installed on the previous Mate50 series. Through the ten-speed freely adjustable physical variable aperture, you can obtain more flexible blur effects. In addition to previous reports, the Huawei P60 will use the IMX789 sensor main camera, while the Huawei P60 Pro uses the IMX888 sensor. Both sensors support 1/1.4-inch outsoles.

Reports from the company’s supply chain claim that it will launch two flagships this year. One is the P60 series, and the other is the Mate 60 series. The former should launch around March this year, and the latter around September. The Huawei P60 flagship series should use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip.

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Huawei P60 series

A leaked image of the protective case of this device reveals that the rear camera of the device uses a rectangular module. The very large circular part in the middle should be the main camera. There are two squares on the top and bottom. It should be the location of the other two cameras, and the flash is in the upper right corner.

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