Huawei P60 and Mate X3 smartphones are presented – without 5G, but with satellite support

Huawei held a presentation, which presented the flagship smartphones of the P60 series, as well as the foldable device Mate X3.

Mate X3 is a foldable smartphone in a book form factor. It received a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor (without 5G), two OLED screens (6.4 inches with a resolution of 2504 × 1080 pixels and 7.85 inches with a resolution of 2496 × 2224 pixels), 12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM, a UFS standard drive 3.1 and a 4800mAh battery with 66W wired, 50W wireless and 7.5W reverse charging. The front camera is dual (2 × 8 megapixels), and the main one uses a set of three modules: the main Sony IMX766 at 50 megapixels with optical stabilization, the ultra-wide-angle Sony IMX688 at 13 megapixels and the periscope Sony IMX688 at 12 megapixels with 5x optical zoom.

The Mate X3 will be available in China for between 12,999 and 15,999 yuan, depending on storage capacity (256GB, 512GB, and 1TB). In terms of the Russian currency, it turns out from 145 to 179 thousand rubles. Sales will start on April 7th.

The Huawei P60 line includes three models: P60, P60 Pro and P60 Art. They received a 6.67-inch LTPO OLED screen with a resolution of 2700 × 1220 pixels, a Qualcomm processor, 8 or 12 GB of RAM, from 128 to 1 TB in the drive, a 13-megapixel front camera, a main camera with three sensors and USB Type modules -C, Wi-Fi ax, Bluetooth 5.2, GPS, LTE and NFC.

Huawei does not specify which Qualcomm processors are used in these models, only clock speeds are indicated – 3 GHz for the P60 and 3.2 GHz for the P60 Pro and P60 Art. It can be assumed that Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 is installed in the younger model, and Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is installed in the two older models. There are other differences between smartphones: P60 Art has a larger battery (5100 mAh versus 4815 in other models) and uses a camera with higher resolution (48 MP main sensor + 40 ultra-wide + 48 MP telephoto, while other models have 13-megapixel ultra-wide).


  • Huawei P60 (128 GB) – 4488 yuan (approximately 50,000 rubles)
  • Huawei P60 (256 GB) – 4988 yuan (approximately 55,700 rubles)
  • Huawei P60 (512 GB) – 5988 yuan (approximately 66,900 rubles)
  • Huawei P60 Pro (256 GB) – 6988 yuan (approximately 78,000 rubles)
  • Huawei P60 Pro (512 GB) – 7988 yuan (approximately 89,000 rubles)
  • Huawei P60 Art (512 GB) – 8988 yuan (approximately 100,500 rubles)
  • Huawei P60 Art (1 TB) – 10988 yuan (approximately 122,700 rubles)

All new models use Huawei’s own tempered Kunlun Glass, which, according to the manufacturer, is in no way inferior to Corning Gorilla glass, and even surpasses it in some parameters.

The lack of 5G support in the Huawei P60 and Mate X3 smartphones is partly offset by the presence of two-way satellite communications. When cellular coverage is unavailable, you can make calls and send and receive messages from your smartphone using satellites.