Honor has just presented its two new models to end 2021: the Honor 60 and Honor 60 Pro. These are the successors to the Honor 50, a new release that was launched in June.

We will review the technical specifications of these two models, with good power inside, an interesting configuration of cameras, and the shortcoming of not having Google services inside.

Honor 60 and 60 Pro technical specifications

Honor 60Honor 60 Pro
Dimensions and Weight161.4 × 73.3 × 7.98 mm
179 grams
163.9 × 74.8 × 8.19 mm
192 grams
Screen6.67 inches
Full HD+
OLED
120 Hz adaptive
6.78 inches
Full HD+
OLED
120 Hz adaptive
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 778GQualcomm Snapdragon 778G+
RAM8/12 GB8/12 GB
Internal Memory128/256 GB128/256 GB
Battery4.800mAh
66W
4.800mAh
66W
Rear Camera108 MP
8 MP UGA
2 MP depth
108 MP
50 MP
2 MP
Front Camera32 MP50 MP
Operating SystemMagic UI 5 based on Android 11Magic UI 5 based on Android 11
OthersFingerprint reader under the
Dual SIM screen
Fingerprint reader under the
Dual SIM screen
Price€374.20€512.88

The flagship design and ambitious cameras

Honor 60 and 60 Pro

In terms of design, the Honor 60 and 60 Pro follow in the footsteps of the previous generation: a well-used front and a striking rear, starring a huge camera module and quite colorful colors with glossy paint.

Both models are virtually identical, both front and back, with a small front perforation for the selfie camera and curvature in their screens, where there are differences in size.

Honor 60 and 60 Pro
Honor 60 and 60 Pro

In terms of hardware, the Honor 60 has a 6.67-inch panel, with Full HD+ resolution and OLED technology. On the part of the Pro model, the panel goes up to 6.78 inches, with an adaptive refresh rate between 1 and 120 Hz for both models.

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The processor of both phones is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G (somewhat enhanced in the Pro model), accompanied by configurations of up to 12 + 256 GB in the Pro model. The battery features 66W fast charging in both, with a 4,800mAh battery in both models.

When it comes to the photographic section, both feature a 108-megapixel main camera and a depth sensor of 2. The difference is the ultra-wide-angle, 50 megapixels in the Pro model. The selfie also changes, at 50 megapixels, compared to 32 on the standard model.

The operating system is Magic UI 5, based on Android 11 and, at least in China, without support for Google services.

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Pricing and Availability of the Honor 60 and 60 Pro

The Honor 60 and 60 Pro have been presented first in China, priced at €374.20 for the Honor 60 and €512.88 for the Pro variant. At the moment, there is no news about their international arrival, but everything points to the West will receive them, as seen in previous versions.

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