Huawei’s Mate 60 Pro+: Specs, Pricing, and Global Release?

  • Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ unveiled with 16 GB RAM, 512 GB or 1 TB storage, and a starting price of $1,231.
  • Impressive quad-camera setup on a "halo island" promises exceptional photography.
  • International availability beyond China remains uncertain, leaving global consumers eagerly awaiting official announcements.

Huawei, the Chinese tech juggernaut, has discreetly taken the wraps off its latest flagship smartphone, the Mate 60 Pro+. This much-anticipated release brings a formidable array of features and a corresponding premium price tag. Let’s dive into the specifics of this groundbreaking smartphone.

Impressive Specifications and Variants

The Mate 60 Pro+ is set to astound with its top-tier specifications. Boasting a colossal 16 GB of RAM, the smartphone ensures seamless multitasking and blazing-fast performance. For storage, consumers will have a choice between two capacious options – 512 GB and a jaw-dropping 1 TB. This provides ample space for apps, media, and files of all kinds.

Let’s break down the essential specifications:

SpecificationDetails
RAM16 GB
Storage Options512 GB and 1 TB

Pricing and Currency Conversion

Positioned firmly in the premium segment, the Mate 60 Pro+ comes with a price tag that mirrors its status. According to recent leaks, the base price for this high-end smartphone is expected to be CNY8,999, which, when converted, amounts to roughly $1,231 or €1,150. For South African readers, this translates to approximately R23,369 or R21,135, respectively, based on the exchange rate of $1 to R19. It’s essential to note that these prices might slightly vary based on regional factors.

State-of-the-Art Camera Setup

One of the most intriguing aspects of the Mate 60 Pro+ is its quad-camera setup located on a distinctive “halo island” on the rear of the device. Although detailed camera specifications are yet to be revealed, Huawei has a track record of delivering top-notch camera systems. This promises exceptional photography capabilities, appealing to photography enthusiasts and smartphone photography aficionados alike.

RS Ultimate Design Variant

In addition to the standard Mate 60 Pro+, Huawei plans to introduce a special variant known as the “RS Ultimate Design.” This exclusive variant is designed for individuals seeking an even more premium smartphone experience, and they are willing to pay a premium price for it. Details regarding the unique design elements and pricing for this variant have not been officially disclosed yet.

Comparison with Previous Models

To provide context for the Mate 60 Pro+’s pricing, it’s worth noting that the previous Mate 50 Pro was priced at £1,200 in the UK or €1,200 in Continental Europe. However, the Mate 50 Pro offered 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage, which are lower specifications when compared to the Mate 60 Pro+. This indicates that the new model offers substantial upgrades in terms of performance and storage options.

International Availability

Although the Mate 60 Pro+ has made its debut in China, there is no official word yet regarding Huawei’s plans to launch these smartphones beyond its domestic market. The international availability of this flagship device remains a point of interest for consumers eagerly awaiting its arrival in South Africa and other regions worldwide.

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