Huawei is not unfamiliar with the concept of genuinely bizarre-looking smartphone cameras; we’ve seen our fair share of them. In fact, the P60 Pro, the company’s future flagship device, may continue the trend.
The Huawei P60 Pro is expected to have an odd-looking main camera with a huge eye in the center, according to early renders released by Twitter tipsters.
Huawei is sticking with its customary corner camera positioning, as seen in the image, but this time it has an intriguing design. The most remarkable component is the enormous camera lens in the center, whose golden ring gives it the appearance of a digital camera.
Due to their peculiar arrangement, the secondary cameras at the top and bottom give it a strange appearance. The top camera is probably an ultrawide shooter, while the bottom one appears to be a periscope zoom lens. On the side, a small object can be seen that might be a macro shooter. There are also two laser autofocus modules in view.
A 50MP Sony IMX888 primary camera, a 50MP IMX858 ultrawide camera, and a 64MP telephoto lens with an OmniVision OV64B sensor are reportedly part of this camera system. At the edge of the camera island, XMAGE, Huawei’s in-house image brand, can be seen.
It is anticipated that the curved screen would be a 6.6-inch OLED panel with 1440p resolution and a variable refresh rate of 120Hz. The 5,000 mAh battery will offer wireless charging at 50W and cable charging at 100W. Most likely, IP68 water and dust resistance will be present.
Since Huawei has not yet made any official statements, there is no information on the launch date.