Officially with Snapdragon 778G + and selfies at 50 Megapixel

Honor 60 Series: Official with Snapdragon 778G + and selfies at 50 Megapixel

After the leaks, it was time for the official presentation of the Honor 60 Series, with the Pro model gathering the reasonable interest of technology lovers. The Honor 60 Series comes with a Snapdragon processor and a powerful main camera.

The element we saw in the Honor 50 Series is also present here, ie Google services are also available in the new model. In the case of the Honor 60 Series, in addition to Google Services, we find the simple model and the Pro model, which gives something more to the series.

Honor 60 Series: Official with Snapdragon 778G + and selfies at 50 Megapixel

Both the Honor 60 and the 60 Pro have OLED screens, with the one in the simple model having a 6.67-inch diagonal and the one in the Pro having curved edges and a 6.78-inch diagonal. In any case the screen has refresh rate 120 Hz.

The rear main camera is on 108 Megapixel with large size and the ability to combine 9 pixels in 1. There is an ultra wide camera on the back at 50 Megapixel, in the case of the Pro and 8 Megapixel in the simple model. Both versions of the Honor 60 have another 2 Megapixel camera on the back.

Honor 60 Series: Official with Snapdragon 778G + and selfies at 50 Megapixel

For the selfie camera, in the simple model we have a punch hole camera at 32 Megapixel, while in the case of the Honor 60 Pro the selfie camera will be at 50 Megapixel, the most capable camera that Honor puts to the front to date. Both models have a battery 4800 mAh and charge at 66W.

Honor 60 Series: Official with Snapdragon 778G + and selfies at 50 Megapixel

Regarding the pricing policy that Honor will follow, in China the simple model will cost 375 euros, while the Pro version will be priced at 515 euros.

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