Huawei, the Chinese multinational technology giant, has announced the launch of its latest flagship smartphones, the P60 series, and the Mate X3 foldable, on 23 March 2023 in China. The P60 series has been the talk of the town for quite some time, and leaks suggest that the device will have some impressive features that will set it apart from other smartphones in the market.
The P60 series is expected to come equipped with Huawei’s proprietary XMAGE photography technology, which will be upgraded to XMAGE 2.0. The P60 Pro is rumored to have a primary 50MP Sony IMX888 sensor and a 50MP Sony IMX858 extreme wide-angle sensor, along with a third telephoto camera equipped with a 64MP OV64B Omnivision sensor and 3.5x optical zoom. This triple-camera setup is expected to take smartphone photography to a whole new level, with crisp and clear images that will capture every detail of the subject.
Under the hood, the P60 Pro is expected to be powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU, while the base model may feature a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset. These chipsets will only provide 4G connectivity due to the 5G ban on Huawei. However, it is still expected to provide fast and reliable internet speeds, making it suitable for everyday use.
Mate X3 Foldable features
On the other hand, Huawei’s Mate X3 foldable smartphone has also been creating a buzz in the market. While details about the Mate X3 Foldable inner display size have not been revealed yet, sources suggest that it will have a 2K resolution. The Mate X3 Foldable is expected to be powered by a Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset, although it may not support 5G connectivity due to the ongoing US sanctions.
The Mate X3’s foldable design is what sets it apart from other smartphones in the market. It is expected to provide users with a large, tablet-like display, which can be folded into a compact form factor, making it easy to carry around. The device’s display is expected to be durable and resistant to scratches and damage, thanks to Huawei’s advanced display technology.