After making its debut in China in March, Huawei is bringing its P60 series to the rest of the world on May 9. The Huawei P60, P60 Pro, and P60 Art make up the Huawei P60 series, and they’re all powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 4G SoC. These phones are special because they allow users to transmit and receive Beidou satellite communications in both directions, bypassing places without cellular service. The display panels on both phones are identical in size and resolution, so you can look forward to a similarly immersive viewing experience.
Huawei took to Twitter to announce the release of the Huawei P60 series, along with the revelation that further flagship goods would be released at the same time. However, the company did not specify which products those would be. The company noted in answer to a question that regional differences in availability will affect the timing of the release of the phones.
There are four different color options for the Huawei P60 and P60 Pro: Rococo Pearl, Violet, Black, and Green. The Huawei P60 Art, however, comes in two: Azure Blue and Seashore Gold. Huawei P60, the entry-level model, has 128GB of storage and costs $690. Storage capacities of 256GB cost $770 and 512GB cost $930.
However, the Huawei P60 Pro’s 256GB storage option starts at $1,070, while the 512GB storage option costs an additional $1,220.
Last but not least, the Huawei P60 Art has two storage options and two different prices: $1,380 for the 512GB storage edition and $1,680 for the 1TB storage variant.
Overall, the Huawei P60 series promises to bring cutting-edge features and specifications that will thrill gadget lovers and smartphone users alike.