Huawei quietly introduced its Mate 60 series, with two models already available in China. Now, they’re gearing up to unveil the Mate 60 Pro+, and a leak spilled the beans on its memory configurations.
This powerhouse will sport a whopping 16 GB of RAM, with storage options of either 512 GB or a massive 1 TB.
The leak suggests a starting price of CNY8,999, equivalent to $1,231/€1,150. The Mate 60 Pro+ is anticipated to be the most formidable member of the lineup, boasting a top-tier quad-camera system arranged on a distinctive island.
While the “Porsche Design” phone is no more, Huawei is gearing up to introduce the “RS Ultimate Design” variant, offering premium materials for those willing to pay extra. The pricing, in the flagship context, is no longer a surprise.
To put it in perspective, the previous Mate 50 Pro (as the series didn’t include a “Plus” variant) cost £1,200 in the UK or €1,200 in Continental Europe, but it featured only 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage (expandable by an additional 256 GB with an NM card).
We’re still awaiting official confirmation on whether Huawei intends to release any of these models outside of China.
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