Huawei P60 vs Huawei P60 Pro: What’s the difference?
Huawei recently announced a new line of P60 smartphones along with the foldable Mate X3.
The P60 series follows the company’s P50 line and consists of three phones – Huawei P60, P60 Pro and P60 Art. The lineup was officially unveiled in China in March but has yet to be confirmed for a UK or US launch. However, that hasn’t stopped us from being enthusiastic about the P60 line.
So how is the regular P60 different from the P60 Pro? We’ve covered all the key differences in this guide.
Huawei P60 Pro has a large telephoto lens.
Both the Huawei P60 and P60 Pro take advantage of large triple cameras with 48MP Ultra Lighting sensors and 13MP ultra wide-angle sensors.
What makes them different is the telephoto lens. The P60 uses a 12-megapixel camera to get closer to the subject, while the P60 Pro quadruples the number of pixels with a 48-megapixel sensor.
Otherwise, the cameras appear to be identical, with the same selfie cam, photo capture features, and video resolution available on both models.
The Huawei P60 Pro is available with more RAM and storage.
While both phones feature the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 4G Mobile Platform with an octa-core CPU, Adreno GPU and 7th Gen Qualcomm AI Engine, the Huawei P60 Pro is available with more RAM and more storage.
The Huawei P60 is available in a single 8GB/256GB configuration, while the P60 Pro can be purchased in either 8GB/256GB or 12GB/512GB.
Huawei P60 Pro charges faster
Both smartphones are equipped with large 4815 mAh batteries (unlike the Huawei P60 Art, which is equipped with an even larger 5100 mAh battery).
However, the Huawei P60 Pro has the fastest charging speed of the two, with 88W versus the P60’s 66W. Both phones also support 50W fast wireless charging.
Huawei P60 cheaper
While we don’t have any pricing in the UK – or even confirmation that the phones will launch outside of China – what we do know so far is that the Huawei P60 costs less than the P60 Pro in China. For this reason, it’s safe to assume that the phone will be a cheaper option in other regions as well.
The P60 starts at 4,488 Yuan (~£531/$651) in China, while the P60 Pro starts at 6,988 Yuan (~£826/$1,014).