Huawei P60 will have something of the iPhone. Strange fashion

Until the premiere Huawei P60 There’s still some time left, but that doesn’t mean we’re totally blind when it comes to expected features and specs. We’re getting bits and pieces of information.

After iPhone

It seems that the smartphone industry has matured not to copy every possible idea or design solution from Apple. However, it is difficult to assess attempts to imitate Dynamic Island – a feature that allows you to mask the space occupied by the front camera sensors in iPhones.

The first Android smartphone where we find an Apple-style extension of the notch function is Empire C55. This gear will be available in Poland, so we can test whether the Mini Capsule (as Realme calls it) bears just a little or maybe a lot of resemblance to Dynamic Island.

It turns out that it’s not just Realme that has decided to take inspiration iPhone 14 pro. Well, one of the informants reports that a similar fate will befall him Huawei P60 Pro. A sketch published on the Chinese portal Weibo suggests that at the top of the screen we will find an elongated pill-shaped area that will be connected to the selfie camera and other sensors.

As you can see, while Huawei has limited options when it comes to widespread adoption of its device (Huawei P60 certainly do not use Google services), the company could not do without placing an element characteristic of premium smartphones.

Huawei P60 Pro – Sketch (Photo: 旺仔百事通, Weibo)

More expected details about the Huawei P60 Pro

So far, we only have rudimentary information about the upcoming premiere of Huawei’s flagship. We know 100% when it’s going to happen – March 23rd.

Also mentioned are: AMOLED 6.6 inch screen with QHD+ resolution and 120 Hz refresh rate, Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor without 5G support, 50 Mpix main camera with IMX888 sensor, 50 Mpix ultra wide angle camera and a 3 megapixel telephoto lens, 3x zoom and OmniVision OV64B sensor. The whole thing is to be powered by a 5000 mAh battery with 100 W charging power and 50 watt wireless charging.

Huawei bosses boasted photos taken with the camera Huawei P60 Pro and I must admit that they are impressive. There is a good chance that the new flagships can once again fight for the title of the best photo smartphone.

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