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Interview with Carlos Morales from Huawei Latin America | Digital Trends Spanish

Huawei continues its commitment to the mobile telephony segment, now with the P60 Pro, a high-end that arrives in Mexico and that stands out in several aspects, mainly in optics, resistance, fast charging and user experience.

That’s what you think Carlos Morales, Director of Public Relations at Huawei Latin America. “P60 Pro is part of this ‘new Huawei’, in which our ecosystem is broader and where we seek to surprise the user with some features, without removing those that are their favorites, such as durability, great image quality and charging speed” , Add.

In the specific case of optics, the manager adds that this element has always been one of the fundamental points in the P series. “Now, we are delivering the best camera in a mobile device (…) The three sensors of the P60 Pro they are able to take great pictures no matter the lighting conditions.”

Regarding its structure, Morales says that the new mobile maintains the material that was seen in the Mate 50 Pro, the Kunlun glass, which is 10 times more resistant to falls, according to the team’s technical information.

Carlos Morales

On the impact of Huawei cell phones not integrating Google Mobile Services (GMS), the firm’s representative states that intense work has been done in order to deliver the closest experience to what people were used to the timing of the veto imposed by the United States government, which was applied in 2019.

“Progress has been significant when we talk about the experience and access to applications (…) It seems to me that there are very few things that cannot be done in the same way (with a Huawei cell phone),” says Morales.

level specifications

Being a high-end phone, the Huawei P60 Pro has a 6.67-inch curved LTPO display with a resolution of 2,700 x 1,220 pixels and an adaptive refresh rate of up to 120 Hz, which means that it can refresh its image 120 times in one second. Of course, it is resistant to dust and water (IP68 rating).

Its pearl texture design (Pearl Rococo version) gives it a distinctive pattern on its back, where the optical module made up of three sensors is also located: two of 48 and a 13 MP wide angle.

The unit incorporates the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 4G chip and a base configuration of 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. With these aspects, the phone will respond to all kinds of tasks optimally. Of course, the connectivity experience may feel diminished for those who have already tried the benefits of 5G.

The battery capacity remains at 4,815 mAh, but the good news is that users will not take long to have it at 100%, since the SuperCharge fast charge is 88 W (the brand promises 50% in just 10 minutes).

Mexico, regional launch pad

The director of Public Relations at Huawei Latin America confirms that Mexico is so important to the brand that the launch of the P60 Pro in the country inaugurates its deployment in the region.

Also, along with the smartphone, the company is unveiling other products in segments such as wearables and computing, from the FreeBuds 5 to the MatePad 11.

Alix Durnhofer, Public Relations Manager of Huawei Devices Mexico, adds that photographers from the Aztec nation specialized in different areas were invited to test the capabilities of the P60 Pro.

“Huawei has been promoting Mexican talent for four years, so we always seek to work with different creators not only in the telephone segment, but also in the wearables segment,” concludes Durnhofer.

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