Huawei P60 Pro Testing Unit Leaks with Live-shots; Here's What the Phone Looks Like

Sohail Akhtar

Huawei has an ultra-slim premium device in the works. It belongs to their incoming Flagship P60 series, rumored for release in March. Two devices are imminent, a standard P60 and a higher-grade P60 Pro; just now, the Huawei P60 Pro has leaked with some live shots. Have a look 

Rumors mill has unearthed some images of a test Huawei device dubbed P60 Pro. Courtesy of the Weibo tipster Wangzai, we now have the phone's actual end design. In the photos, you can see the phone lying flat on a table in a white color option.

The phone looks exceptionally slim and high-end. It brings two circular camera discs mounted on a rectangular raised plate. That has been a signature look for most Huawei mid-rangers and flagships, though P60 Pro has metallic rims around the glass lenses, which makes the build deluxe and modern.

The backplate as a whole looks chamfered around the corners and the sides. On the bottom, Huawei has mounted it with a type-C port, a speaker grill, and a mic. On the left edge, it seems to have a side-mounted fingerprint reader and volume rocker. The P60 Pro shown here looks nothing like the renders we discovered earlier, so we suggest taking this leak with a hint of sarcasm. Huawei is known for their diverse smartphone pricing, with the new model expected to fit within the Huawei price catalog.

In specs, P60 Pro allegedly sports a 6.6-inch OLED panel refreshing at 120Hz and boasting 1440p Quad HD+ resolution. It will likely draw power from a 5,000mAh battery rated for 100W wired and state-of-the-art 50W wireless charging.

Huawei has abandoned Kirin silicons. Now it favors Snapdragon chips for P and Mate flagships. Speculations have pointed out Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip under P60 Pro's shell. It's likely running on LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage with a triple camera setup. The launch date for the series is still an unresolved mystery.  


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