While it is true that the Honor 50 series smartphones have only recently been released to the global market, that won’t stop the company from announcing its successors in the Chinese market today.
As expected, Honor unveiled two different models – the Honor 60 and the Honor 60 Pro – during today’s launch event. However, the two devices are very similar, not only in terms of design, but also in terms of technical characteristics.
Starting with the Honor 60 Pro, this model has a quadrangular front display design that reminds us of the good old Huawei Mate 30 Pro. It will be a 6.78-inch OLED panel offering FHD + screen resolution, 10-bit color depth, DCI-P3 color gamut coverage, and a smooth 120Hz refresh rate.
The vanilla Honor 60, on the other hand, retains mostly the same display specs, except it is slightly smaller at 6.67 inches. In addition, it uses a more traditional two-curve display instead of a four-curve panel. As for the selfie camera, the “Pro” model gets a 50MP front-facing camera, while the vanilla model comes with a downsized 32MP device.
For photography, the Honor 60 Pro sports a triple camera that includes a 108MP main camera as well as an impressive 50MP ultra-wide camera and a 2MP depth assistant. While the vanilla model replaces the 50MP ultra wide-angle camera on the Honor 50 Pro with an 8MP ultra-wide camera, the other two cameras will remain unchanged.
Under the hood, the Honor 60 Pro is powered by the latest Snapdragon 778G + chipset, while the Honor 60 retains the Snapdragon 778G that was also used in the Honor 50 Pro. Interestingly, both models will use the same 4800mAh battery, which provides support for 66W fast wired charging.
For those wondering, the Honor 60 starts at CNY 2699 ($ 423) for the 8GB + 128GB base model, while the Honor 60 Pro has a slightly higher starting price of CNY 3699 ($ 581) for its 8GB + 256 GB. finishing.