The Huawei Mate 60 Will Be Available With a 6.7-inch, 1.5K OLED Screen:
Later this year, Huawei plans to introduce its eagerly awaited Mate 60 flagship smartphone series. Daily reports of the rumors have already begun to circulate. The Mate 50’s successor will have a 6.7-inch 1.5K OLED display, says reputable tipper Digital Chat Station. The gadget is also anticipated to have a flat panel with small bezels and a center punch hole.
Recently, a render by DCS that depicts the back panel was also leaked. The Mate 60 will have a rounded camera island on the back, similar to the Mate 40 series. Although Huawei has not yet revealed specifics about the camera, it promises new sensors and an improved periscope lens for low-light photography. The XMAGE label on the device suggests that the device will have image processing supported by Huawei’s proprietary technology.
According to rumors, the Mate 60 will have an updated front design with a clever island cutout on the head. The selfie camera and 3D depth sensor are anticipated to be located in the center of a pill-shaped punch hole. In order to enhance the overall user experience. Huawei also plans to roll out its customized version of the Dynamic Island software feature. Which optimizes the cutout area for notifications and app design.
An intriguing development is the potential for Huawei to replace the 4G-only Snapdragon chips in the upcoming midrange smartphones with its own chipset. A recent report suggests that the Huawei Mate X3 Pro will soon support 5G. On August 4th, Huawei also intends to release the newest version of its HarmonyOS operating system, which may offer new features and enhancements for its products.
Despite the fact that Huawei hasn’t formally announced the launch window, rumors, and reports suggest that the Mate 60 series will probably go on sale in September or October of 2023.