With the upcoming Huawei P60 Pro, the Chinese manufacturer is particularly proud of the camera. Huawei boss Richard Yu has now published a night shot that is said to have been created with the cell phone. However, there is still a big question mark behind the smartphone itself.
Huawei P60 Pro: night shot shows camera performance
It won’t be long before Huawei presents another highlight with the P60 Pro. To fuel the anticipation a little, Huawei boss Richard Yu has now published a photo that he claims was created with the top smartphone. According to Yu, this is a shot of the telephoto lens and not the main camera (source: Richard Yu on Weibo).
In order to underline the special camera capability of the Huawei P60 Pro, Yu probably did not take a picture at night by accident. Presumably the picture improved with the manufacturer’s Ximage algorithm, to still ensure a wealth of detail in low light conditions. As with previous flagships, Huawei is likely to have installed an RYYB color filter in the P60 Pro.
The Huawei P60 Pro is reported to come with a 64 MP OmniVision sensor and a lens with 3.5x magnification. Customers can also expect two 50 MP modules from Sony. In addition to the IMX888 in the main camera, an IMX858 in the ultra wide-angle camera should ensure good shots.
With the further equipment of the mobile phone, one Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 as processor assumed, although Huawei is only allowed to install the 4G variant due to trade restrictions. The display with a refresh rate of 120 Hertz could have a diagonal of 6.6 inches. There are reports of a battery with a capacity of 5,000 mAh and a charging power of 100 watts.
This is what the cameras in Huawei’s top cell phones do:
Huawei P60 Pro only in China?
Huawei will probably use the P60 Pro in addition to the standard version and new smartwatches go on sale on March 23, 2023. It remains unclear whether the cell phones will also be offered outside of China.