Huawei Mate X3 foldable, P60, MateBook X Pro, Watch Ultimate e Freebuds 5 ufficiali in Cina

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Huawei has announced in China a number of new high-end products which in Europe will be officially presented on Tuesday 9 May in Munich. These are high-end smartphones Huawei P60of the foldable Mate X3of the notebook MateBook X Proof the smartwatch Watch Ultimate and true wireless Bluetooth earphones FreeBuds 5.

Let’s go in order.

Huawei Mate X3

Mate X3 is a smartphone with a foldable display that weighs only 239 grams or 24 grams less than the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4. A low weight managed by the manufacture without significant compromises in other areas: the device indeed has larger displays, a larger battery and a camera with periscope zoom. When unfolded, the Mate X3 is just 5.3mm thick.
The foldable has two displays with a 120Hz refresh rate. The external screen measures 6.4 inches and offers a resolution of 2,504×1,080 pixels with an aspect ratio of 20.9:9.
There is inside a 7.85-inch panel with a resolution of 2,496×2,224 pixels and shape aspect of 8:7.1.
Huawei Mate X3 comes with IPX8 standard and is the first non-Samsung foldable phone to have waterproof certification.

The new zipper design it allows the display to fold in on itself and to compose the two half-shells in a perfectly flat manner which can be positioned – when they are opened – at various angles, to the delight of selfie lovers.

The Huawei Mate X3 is equipped with a triple camera on the back and two 8 Megapixel selfie cameras, one for each screen. The 50 Megapixel f/1.8 wide-angle camera is joined by a 13 Megapixel f/2.2 ultrawide telephoto camera and a 12 Megapixel f/3.4 5x sensor.
The Mate X3 runs on Harmony OS 3.1 and is driven by the processor Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 with 4G connectivity, supported by 12 GB of Ram.

Inside is a large one 4,800mAh battery with support for 66W wired and 50W wireless charging.

Huawei also offers two-way satellite communication on the Mate X3.

Huawei Mate X3 will be available only in China for the moment. THE prices: 12,999 yuan (about 1,750 euros) for the 256GB model, 13,999 yuan (1,870 euros), while the 1TB version costs 15,999 CNY (2,150 euros).

Huawei P60

Huawei also announced its flagship P60 series with three versions. P60 basic, P60 Pro and P60 Art.

All three phones share the same basic hardware: 6.67 inch LTPO OLED screen with FHD+ resolution (1,220×2,700 pixels) and 1-120Hz refresh rate. The panel is protected by Kunlun glass and has a built-in fingerprint scanner.

The cameras are the strong point of the P60 series: the three models share the same 48 Megapixel main camera with RYYB sensor and OIS. The sensor offers a ten-speed f/1.4-f/4.0 variable aperture with automatic scene-based switching. Such a solution should capture the optimal amount of light, depending on the shooting environment. The main cam also supports up to 4K video recording.

The second sensor is an ultrawide: P60 and P60 Pro share the same 13 Megapixel unit with f/2.2 aperture while P60 Art has a 40 Megapixel sensor with the same aperture. Finally the telephoto lens: P60 offers a 12 Megapixel module with f/3.4 aperture, OIS and 125 mm equivalent lens. The P60 Pro and P60 Art have fancier 48 Megapixel telephoto modules with OIS and a 90mm equivalent lens capable of 3.5x optical and 100x digital zoom.

The telephoto lens of the P60 Pro and P60 Art has an aperture of f/2.1, which should work very well for night shots. Huawei said its new 48-megapixel telephoto lens can capture the largest amount of light in the industry. The sensor also features three-axis stabilization.

The P60 series is equipped with the Huawei’s XD Fusion Pro engine, which has the task of reproducing the textures of objects as close as possible to the way they are perceived by the human eye. All three P60 phones are powered by chipset Snapdragon 8+ 4G, an LTE-only version of the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC. Another notable feature of the P60 series is the ability to send and receive satellite messages through the fleet of Beidou satellites when the mobile radio signal is absent. This feature – for now – seems limited to China.

Huawei P60 and P60 Pro integrate 4,815 mAh battery with 66W wired charging for the base model and 88W for the Pro. Both versions also support 50W wireless charging. P60 Art has a slightly larger battery capacity (5,100mAh). All three phones run on Harmony OS 3.1 and are IP68 rated.

The Huawei P60 and P60 Pro are available in Feather Purple, Feather Black and Emerald Green colors. A white limited edition by Rococo was also shown. Lastly, P60 Art is available in the colors Blue Sea and Quicksand Gold.

Prices: Prices for the P60 start at 4,488 yuan ($600) for the base 128GB version and go up to 5,988 yuan ($800) for the 512GB model. The P60 Pro starts at 6,988 yuan (1,000 euros) for the 256GB model and 7,988 yuan (1,075 euros) for the 512GB version. P60 Art is available in two versions: from 512 GB to 8,988 yuan (1,200 euros) and from 1 TB to yuan (1,400 euros).

Huawei Watch Ultimate

Huawei Watch Ultimate is the new flagship smartwatch from the Chinese manufacturer. It features a case capable of diving up to 100 meters. A feature that will make it particularly attractive to professional divers.
The Watch Ultimate features a 1.5-inch circular AMOLED LTPO display, which supports refresh rates between 1Hz and 60Hz. The 530 mAh battery thanks to which Huawei promises is also large (and powerful). 14 days of autonomy on a single charge for normal use and about 8 days for more intensive use.

The device supports the ricarica wireless Qi (with the supplied charger) which allows you to reach a charge from 0 to 100% in 60 minutes. There are also the usual sensors for heart rate, blood oxygen and ECG measurements.

The case is constructed with 16 different water resistant layers which makes the Watch Ultimate able to withstand extreme deep water pressures and Huawei has even subjected the device to the ISO 22810 water resistance standard and equipment standard tests of the EN13319 device to guarantee an immersion of 110 meters depth of 24 hours or 10 ATM. The Huawei Watch Ultimate also comes with Expedition Mode – the feature is specifically designed for people who love the outdoors, and it uses dual-frequency five-system GNSS positioning capabilities to provide accurate mapping every time, and you can also set waypoints when you are deep in the wilderness. You can also monitor blood oxygen, which can be vital at high altitudes. The Huawei Watch Ultimate has a zirconium-based liquid metal case, while one of the straps is a new type of hydrogenated nitrile rubber. The bezel is ceramic, while the display is protected by sapphire crystal. The Huawei Watch Ultimate will be available in the UK and Europe from April 3 in two versions: Expedition Black (with a rubber strap) or Voyage Blue (with an elegant metal strap). Prices in China are set at CNY5,999 ($880/€800/£710) and CNY6,999 ($1,025/€940/£830). Global pricing will be announced at a later stage.


Huawei Watch Ultimate will be the first device on sale in Italy starting from Monday 3 April and, subsequently, Huawei FreeBuds 5 from Monday 17 April. The availability of new smartphones HUAWEI P60 Pro e Huawei Mate X3 it’s from the laptop MateBook X Pro will be confirmed during the launch event on May 9th.

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