Honor, the previous Huawei sub-brand that split from the Chinese tech monster last year, has declared its most recent handsets for the Chinese market. The Honor 60 and Honor 60 Pro are two midrange handsets fueled by Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 778G Plus processor, yet in any case, they’re basically the same as the Honor 50 series phones delivered recently, directly down to having comparative dual ring camera knocks on the back of each phone.
A prominent new element for both new phones is support for hand signal controls, which let you perform activities like making the “Okay” gesture or lifting your hand to perform camera controls like exchanging between its front and back cameras, or empowering picture-in-picture mode. The phone can perceive five hand gestures altogether, and Honor says highlights like these make vlogging “easier than ever.”
Honor is a long way from the first cell phone organization to have added hand signals like these, with everybody from Google to Samsung and LG having explored different avenues regarding comparable highlights. These controls would in general be laggy and estimated previously, so Honor’s tech has a ton to demonstrate.
The two phones have triple back camera arrangements for when you get shooting. On the 60 Pro, there’s a 108-megapixel fundamental camera, a 50-megapixel consolidated ultrawide and full scale camera, and a 2-megapixel profundity sensor. The large improvement here is with the ultrawide, which was just 8 megapixels on the 50 Pro. The 60 Pro additionally has a high goal 50-megapixel selfie camera. In the interim, the normal Honor 60 has a lower goal 32-megapixel forward looking camera, triple back cameras with a lower goal 8-megapixel ultrawide, and no notice of large scale photography abilities.
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