Huawei has launched the Mate 60 Pro, the first smartphone to support satellite calling, priced from 6,999 yuan ($960).
Mate 60 Pro is the world’s first smartphone to support calls and messages via satellite, smartphone models on the market today mainly support satellite messaging only. This feature will allow users to communicate in places where there is no mobile signal.
However, Huawei did not mention details about the new features or configuration of Mate 60 Pro.
This smartphone runs Harmony 4.0 operating system integrating an AI model developed by the company called Pangu. According to rumors, Mate 60 Pro uses Kirin 9000s 5G chip.
Mate 60 Pro has a 6.82-inch LTPO OLED screen with Full HD + resolution. The rear camera includes a 50-megapixel main sensor, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens and a 48-megapixel telephoto with 3.5x optical zoom, 100x digital zoom. On the front screen there are 3 dots made up of two front camera lenses and a sensor. The device is equipped with a battery with a capacity of 5,000 mAh and 88 W fast charging.
New smartphones are sold first on Vmall. Some people have tested the network speed of the new smartphone and all commented that it was “very fast”. However, they do not know whether the Mate 60 Pro uses 4G or 5G and cannot test the satellite calling feature.