5G networks are becoming more popular these days, and Huawei hasn’t released many 5G phones in the last two years due to the ban. The P50 series, which was released last year, also supports 4G modems. So, is it still possible for Huawei to break through the 5G barrier in the future? According to foreign media, Huawei P60Pro concept design drawings have been released, with the body redesigned, a thickness of only 5.4 mm, and a 93 percent screen to screen ratio. Although there is no curved bezel, the handheld comfort and light body provide an unparalleled experience, and the return of the 5G network is the most surprising aspect.
Huawei P60 series will use the same processor as Huawei Mate50 series, according to the release rule. And the Huawei P60Pro is full of surprises, abandoning the previous P series’ traditional design concept. After all, curved bezels have been used for several years in a row, so some new design elements are required. As you can see from the concept diagram, the bezel is a brick design, and from the side it appears to be very thin and light, measuring only 5.4 mm. Due to improved battery capacity, the majority of today’s smartphones have a body thickness of more than 8 mm.
The Huawei P60Pro’s internal design has been redesigned with a larger battery capacity, resulting in such a thin and light body. The screen piece also employs the design concept of integrating the inner and outer screens, which is surprising given the lack of an under-screen lens. The Huawei P60Pro has a full-screen design that is quite impressive; the screen’s forehead is not perforated, but there is a black edge set in the middle of the screen’s forehead. There’s a front lens, as well as integrated face recognition unlock and speaker. Although there are some bangs that are similar, the amount of screen space occupied is not significant. The screen ratio on the Huawei P60Pro is as high as 93 percent, with a 5.4 mm thick body that is both thin and light, and the screen ratio has been pushed to the limit.
Huawei’s photo function is unrivaled, and the Huawei P50Pro, which was released last year, is still the best lens on the market. 1 flagship, with a large base aperture and shooting algorithm, ensuring that the Huawei P50Pro renders video and photos in perfect detail.
The telephoto lens will have a 10x lossless optical zoom, and Ai shooting assistance will meet the increased demand for reducing night shot exposure times by blending 18 samples quickly and then producing high-quality night photos.
Of course, the outside world is most interested in the Huawei P60Pro’s processor. Unlike the Huawei P50Pro, which uses Kirin and Qualcomm chips, the Huawei P60Pro will achieve mass production of self-developed chips, complete with packaging and testing. And the new Kirin chip includes a 5G modem to reduce power consumption and increase performance, preserving battery capacity while improving battery life. It’s not like Apple’s A series chip in that it doesn’t necessitate a new cooling module for the phone, which is the Huawei P60Pro’s biggest surprise.
To summarize, although Huawei cell phones have not yet been released and new products have been introduced, the main goal is to demonstrate to the outside world that Huawei is not abandoning the cell phone business. Increase investment in research and development by profiting from other communication devices And this Huawei P60Pro is perhaps the best proof, as you can see. Do you support this Huawei P60Pro, friends?