While the Huawei P60 Pro is expected to be unveiled this month alongside the base model, the brand’s chief executive officer of consumer products, Richard Yu, posted a photo taken with the smartphone. This is enough to predict the photography performance of this future top-of-the-range model.
Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei’s consumer division, posted on the Chinese social network Weibo a photo taken with the Huawei P60 Pro, which is expected to be unveiled at the end of the month. We can think that he will carry a telephoto lens in view of the published photograph.
Richard Yu posts a photo taken with the Huawei P60 Pro
In a post published on March 9, he indicates that with one of Huawei’s upcoming smartphones, all the photos are successful. Richard Yu also adds that he took this photo ” random “: If we can doubt it, we can still predict what the Huawei P60 Pro will actually look like in the photo section.
If unfortunately the definition is not the best, we can see that the colors shine, but we also see a halo around the antenna and the Moon. Luna which is also very recognizable and quite large. There are many possibilities that the result does not correspond to reality and that there is an artificial modification in the part of the photo that concerns the Moon. Samsung has just been pointed out in this regard: the brand is accused of using an algorithm for the photos of the Moon and that the processing would go too far.
What we know about the Huawei P60 Pro
According to information from the various leaks synthesized by GSMArenaThe telephoto lens of this high-end smartphone would be a 64MP OmniVision OV64B sensor. It would have a magnification of 3.5 times. To complete this photographic section, we would have the right to a 50 Mpx Sony IMX888 main photosensor and an IMX858 ultra-wide angle.
On the screen side, Huawei would integrate a 6.6-inch QHD+ panel with a 120 Hz refresh rate. We would be entitled to the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 or 8 Gen 2, the leaks do not all agree on this point . Due to trade restrictions with Qualcomm, there would be no 5G on the P60 Pro. In addition, we would be entitled to an IP68 certification, to the HarmonyOS 3.0 operating system. All this would be powered by a rechargeable 5000 mAh battery at a maximum power of 100 W.
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