Huawei P60 processor leak – running score appears on GeekBench

This year, the Chinese brand Huawei will return to its dual launch strategy. This indicates that the company will launch two flagships this year. According to reports so far, it will launch Huawei P60 and Huawei Mate 60 this year. However, the Huawei P60 series will arrive before the Mate 60.

Two new Huawei models, the LNA-AL00 and MNA-AL00, have just received authorization to connect to the network using telecommunications equipment. Rumors about these models are that they are most likely in the Huawei P60 series.

After further verification, the product with model number MNA-AL00 appeared on GeekBench. This device is codenamed Mona Lisa and supports a 2.4 GHz processor with 8 cores and 8 GB of RAM. As for its GeekBench score, it has a single-core score of 550 points and a multi-core score of 2269 points.

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Since the GPU is listed as Adeno 642L paired with the common score, that chip is likely the Snapdragon 778G. It still only supports 4G, according to previous network access information. At this time, there is no confirmation that this device will use this chip. Thus, we will have to wait a few more weeks for more direct information.

Huawei P60 Features

The main camera of the Huawei P60 will use an IMX789 sensor, while that of the Huawei P60 Pro will have an IMX888 sensor. These sensors support 1/1.4 inch outsoles. According to supply chain reports, the company will introduce two flagship models this year. The Mate 60 series is one, and the P60 series is another. The former is set to debut this year around March and the latter around September. Initial expectations are that the Huawei P60 should use the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC. However, it seems that information about the chips in this series remains under wraps.

The rear camera of this device uses a rectangular module, according to a leaked photo of the protective case. The main camera should be in the center, in a very large circular area.

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