Honor 60: Chinese manufacturer Honor, which has already completed a year of independent life after being sold by Huawei, has announced a new generation of smartphones. The Honor 60 and Honor 60 Pro models are very similar to each other, focusing on photography and video recording even for content producers, but with specific differences that make one of the devices a powerful top of the line and sold as a good cost-benefit.
The screen has a 120 Hz refresh rate in both versions, and you can perform gesture controls to start and configure video recordings — a nice feature for those who are filming themselves in vlog format, for example.
The Honor 60 has a triple camera scheme, with a main sensor (32 MP), an ultrawide camera (8 MP) and a depth sensor (2 MP). The selfie lens is 32 MP. The processor is Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 778G 5G.
The battery of both models is 4,800 mAh, recharged at 66W. Remember that, unlike its former owner, Honor has a license for the Google ecosystem and the full version of Android.
Honor 60 Pro
The Pro version of the generation raises several of the technical specifications. The model has a slightly larger screen (6.78″), with curvature on all edges, and a new processor: the Snapdragon 778G+.
The triple camera has higher resolutions and more audiovisual capture capabilities, with a 108 MP sensor accompanied by a 50 dual function (ultrawide and macro) lens and a depth sensor (2 MP). For selfies, the camera is 50 MP.