Huawei P40 Pro’s quad curved overflow display gets 85 points on DXOMARK
On March 26, Huawei has unveiled its flagship series, the Huawei P40 series. This series is launched in three variants including Huawei P40, P40 Pro, and P40 Pro+.
Huawei P40 Pro comes with a 6.58-inch display with pill type punch-hole design, triple sensor front camera, quad-rear camera system, new matte gradient design, pre-installed EMUI 10.1, and much more.
Huawei P40 Pro comes with OLED quad curved overflow display. Recently, DxOMark has reviewed its display and gave 85 points after testing the display and praises it for its class-leading motion control.
The company also stated that the score was largely affected by its readability performance where it was found too dark to read in both indoor and outdoor conditions comfortably.
Huawei P40 Pro has excellent control of motion blur, and its video playback and overall good display but some other features like touch, obtrusive notch and poor handling of aliasing artifacts, which is noticeable during gaming low downs the point.
Still, P40 Pro secured a position in the top 5 of the DrOMark display ranking of smartphones but failed to reach the top 3. Furthermore, P40 Pro stood out exceptionally was the motion subcategory, which was labeled as class-leading.
For the reader who doesn’t know about DxOMark:
DxOMark is commonly reviews cameras and audio of smartphones and gave points out of 100. Now the company also started to review displays of smartphones.
Huawei P60 Pro is coming to Malaysia
Huawei has confirmed that its next flagship – Huawei P60 Pro is coming soon to Malaysia and the company has already started preparing for the event.
Huawei announced registering users for Huawei P60 Pro and Mate X3 at selected experience stores across Malaysia and allow them to experience phones first. The people participating in this event will have to share a hands-on experience of the preview and will get a chance to get an exclusive gift from the company.
Anyone in Malaysia is eligible to join the event by filling in the details required on the website page. Then visit the selected Huawei experience store in the allotted time slot.
Show the slot email to a representative to get a place to review the flagship phone. Afterward, the company will give you an exclusive gift either on spot or at your doorstep.
Still, Huawei has not shared an exact date for the Huawei P60 Pro or Mate X3 launch in Malaysia but the unveiling could happen around April.
Huawei P60 Pro:
Huawei P60 Pro comes with a classic camera array design that shimmers into the rococo white color and pearl texture. This flagship has an ultra-lighting telephoto camera that has the largest f/2.1 large aperture. The main camera is super powerful with its capability to switch between f/1.4 and f/4.0 with a physical hardware change.
This new flagship also supports telephoto macro shots to enable the closest shots of the objects in focus. Following its P40 Pro, Huawei P60 Pro brings a new quad curve screen that expands 6.67-inch LTPO screen with a 1-120Hz adaptive refresh rate.
The screen is secured with the durable Kunlun Glass and it’s rated IP68 safe from water splash and dust. Changing its way from a 66W charger, Huawei P60 Pro comes with a faster 88W charger. It could charge up to 50 percent battery in 10 mins to that 4815mAh power capacity.
Huawei P60, P60 Pro, P60 Art repair prices are here
Yesterday, Huawei released the Huawei P60 series and the company has also released a list of prices for the smartphone repair parts including the top ones of new displays and motherboards.
Note: 1 yuan = 0.15 USD.
Huawei P60’s new screen will cost around 2279 yuan, P60 Pro will cost 2479 yuan, P60 Art will cost 2679 yuan and the Mate X3 priced at 5199 yuan. However, each of these screen repairs is available at a high discount during the early sales of this phone.
Aside from the display, Huawei will replace the standard P60 display at 2249/2549/3049 yuan. The Pro model will replace the motherboard at 3599/4299 yuan, P60 Art at 4599/5999, and the Mate X3 could replace the motherboard at 4499/5199.
You should know that the motherboard replacement cost depends on the memory version of the smartphone. For example, the standard P60 comes in three versions 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB ROM. Therefore, there are three price tags available for this phone.
The next heavy module in the series is the camera system. Huawei will replace Huawei P60 cameras including the following prices:
Huawei P60 – Telephoto camera at 578 yuan, ultra wide angle at 269 yuan and main camera at 719 yuan. Huawei P60 Pro telephoto camera costs 899 yuan, the ultra-wide angle at 269 yuan, and the main camera at 719 yuan.
The Huawei P60 Art’s telephoto camera is priced at 899, ultra-wide at 369, and the main camera at 719. Notable, the Huawei Mate X3 has a telephoto camera at 578 yuan, ultra-wide at 265 yuan, and a main camera at 699 yuan.
Other than these, the rest of the Huawei P60 series repair parts are priced relative to their segment including the battery, rear cover, and charging port.
Huawei P60 series:
Huawei P60 series brings back a curved edge high-quality display with up to 1TB of storage. The phone lineup has the brand-new quality for mobile photography with a beautiful design.
On the other hand, Huawei Mate X3 is the lightest foldable phone ever designed by any company. That comes down to this the phone has the slimmest hardware aesthetics.
Huawei P60 series global launch is coming: Official
Today, Huawei officially unveiled the Huawei P60 series in China and the company also gave us a surprise by confirming a soon-to-be-coming launch for global consumers.
According to the information, the Huawei P60 series will launch in the global markets in May. To start with, Huawei picked up Germany and May 9th to unveil all of the latest products at the conference.
Huawei has announced that there will several products including the Huawei P60 series scheduled for the unveiling conference. The other devices could be Huawei Mate X3, FreeBuds 5, Watch Ultimate, and MatePad 11. However, we don’t have any inputs on the recent commercial notebooks, which could make it up to the global market.
Huawei P60 Series:
This is the brand new flagship and it comes in three versions – P60, P60 Pro, and P60 Art. All three of these have triple-camera systems. However, the latter two models have extra power of camera including a 48-megapixel super-spotting camera with variable aperture technology of 10 stop shot and an aperture range between F1.4 and F4.0. The main camera is super-stabilized with optical image stabilization.
The second one is an ultra wide-angle camera and the last one is a 48MP periscope super zoom camera with night vision telephoto technology. However, the is using the largest 2.1 aperture zoom camera, which was f/4.0 in the previous generation. This periscope boasts up to 488 percent more light than iPhone 14 Pro Max.
The use of the RYYB color array allows the camera to shoot more light to the sensor and allows you to take bright distant photographs. Furthermore, the zoom camera also has new anti-shake multi-mirror technology that helps you to capture far objects with an accurate scene.
Huawei P60 Pro has brand new design schemes that look way ahead of the competitors in the market. This phone lets you feel the absolute beauty in the history of any flagship phone. The top P60 Art defines its name and is made with a different material and the entire device is nothing less than art.
Huawei P60 series is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ chipset and has up to 1TB of storage for the Art and 512GB for the Pro versions. Also, the Pro and Art model could recharge with an 88W new charger. Furthermore, the pro models will have a quad curve screen design and lightweight body.
There’s more to come in this story and we’ll keep you posted.