Huawei P60 Pro Leaked Sketch Shows Dynamic Island-like Design


On March 14, Huawei will be holding its highly anticipated spring flagship new product launch conference where it will unveil its latest smartphones. Among the devices expected to be revealed is the Huawei P60 Pro, and a recently leaked sketch of the phone is generating excitement among tech enthusiasts.

The leaked sketch shows that the Huawei P60 Pro will feature a wide pill-shaped hole on the screen, similar to the iPhone 14 Pro. This could suggest the presence of a depth camera and a selfie camera. However, there’s also speculation that the hole could be part of a new dynamic island notification and interactive motion feature, supported by HarmonyOS 3.1, which is set to debut on the P60 series.


The Huawei P60 Pro will have a dual-layer camera bump, something different from past launches. The rectangular design is the first bump, and the second one is that large circle in the middle, which is likely to be the main camera. Therefore, the entire camera system is increased two-fold in width. It would also make Huawei P60 Pro with the thickest camera module (physically). The size of the camera covers about 1/3rd of the overall height.

Additionally, the sketch reveals that the phone will feature curved edges on the left and right sides of the screen, similar to the recently released Honor Magic5. The P60 Pro will boast a 6.6-inch 2K BOE OLED display and will be equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, with a memory combination of LPDDR5X+UFS4.0.

In terms of optics, the P60 Pro will have an upgrade to XMAGE 2.0, with an impressive triple-camera setup. This includes a primary 50MP Sony IMX888 sensor and a 50MP Sony IMX858 extreme wide-angle sensor, as well as a third telephoto camera featuring a 64MP OV64B Omnivision sensor with 3.5x optical zoom. The device will also sport a built-in 5000mAh battery that supports 100W wired and 50W wireless fast charging.

The Pro version is also expected to feature a ToF and other configurations in the front camera area to achieve high-security face recognition and gesture control.



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