Netizen compares Huawei P60 and Honor Magic 5 specs [Leaked]
Huawei and Honor are about to launch new flagships and there are various spec sheets and renders appearing online, as a netizen has compared these leaked specs of the Huawei P60 series and Honor Magic 5 series side by side.
Before we begin, this Honor Magic 5 and Huawei P60 series specs sheet comparison is totally based on leaks and rumors and we cannot confirm it as an official release.
Honor Magic 5 series:
It includes three models Magic 5, Magic 5 Pro, and Magic 5 Ultimate, these are powered by 8+ and 8 Gen 2 for the latter two models. These devices will run MagicOS 7 pre-installed based on Android 13. Magic 5 devices to pack with OLED and LTPO display technologies and with up to 2K resolution and PWM dimming.
A quad camera setup could be arranged on the standard and penta camera on the ultimate model. On the other hand, the Magic 5 packs a 5000mAh battery, and the 5 Pro and 5 ultimate with 5350mAh capacities, while all of them could recharge with a 66W wired charger.
Huawei P60 series:
The specs sheet predicts three models – P60E, P60, and P60 Pro. These could be powered by Snapdragon 778G, 8+ Gen 1, and 8 Gen 2 chipsets respectively. The flagship device could run HarmonyOS 3.0 operation system pre-installed, while we are expecting them to ship with HarmonyOS 3.1.
OLED display predicted on the P60E and standard variant with FHD+ resolution and PWM dimming. On the flip side, P60 Pro is likely to provide 1.5K resolution with an LTPO screen and PWM dimming tech.
The camera section is powered by XMAGE imaging technology on the P60 series. While the P60E will feature a 50MP main camera, 13 MP ultra-wide angle, and 2MP macro. The standard version boasts a 50MP main camera, 13MP ultra-wide angle, and 12MP telephoto. Meanwhile, the P60 Pro is shown to feature a 50MP+50MP+64MP setup.
Huawei P60E to equip 4360mAh battery, P60 with 4460mAh, and P60 Pro with 4700mAh battery. The charging protocols on P60E and standard versions are 66W wired and P60 Pro empowers with 88W superfast charging brick.
More specs could be seen in the sheet linked below.