The Huawei P50 series has been out for more than a year (the phones were released in August 2021), but the company has not given up on a new P-series flagship. According to the latest leaks, the Huawei P60 and P60 Pro will be released in March this year, with improved cameras, larger screens, and larger batteries.
The Huawei P60 Pro is said to have a 6.6" 120Hz OLED display with a resolution of 1,440 x 3,200px, up from 1,228 x 2,700px on the P50 Pro. It will use PWM dimming at a high frequency (1,920Hz). The panel will be sourced from BOE and will include a 32MP selfie camera.
The main camera will have a 50MP sensor (a new Sony IMX888), while the ultra-wide will also have a 50MP sensor (possibly the IMX858, up from 13MP). The same 64MP sensor could be used in the telephoto camera (OmniVision OV64B).
The standard Huawei P60 will have a different configuration. Its primary camera should be a 52MP IMX789 sensor with 1.12m pixels. A 50MP ultra-wide (IMX858) and a 16MP camera (IMX351?) will join it.
The cameras on the two phones will use the company's XMAGE imaging system. According to rumors, the variable aperture seen on the P50 Pro will be present on both phones.
According to the same source, the P60 Pro will be powered by a 4G Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset and a 5,500mAh battery with 100W and 50W wired charging. The P50 Pro, in comparison, had a Snapdragon 888 4G processor and a 4,360mAh battery with 66W/50W charging.
The Huawei P50 series is expected to incorporate some Mate 50 series features, such as Kunlun toughened glass for the screen (the phones will also have an IP68 rating for dust and water resistance). They should also support satellite communication, though this will be limited outside of China due to the use of the BeiDou constellation (as is the case with the Mate 50 phones).
Huawei has yet to set an official release date or even confirm the existence of the P60 series, but if the March target is correct, we should start seeing official information soon.