Hisense Infinity H60 5G presented with a curved AMOLED display, a 108 MP camera, and a faux leather design
Hisense may be best known for its TVs, but the company also sells H series smartphones like the Infinity H50. Now, it has released the Infinity H60 5G, a 6.6-inch device that has a 1080p and AMOLED display. According to Hisense, it has covered the Infinity H60 5G's display with Corning Gorilla Glass 5, which Corning launched in 2016. Additionally, Hisense has integrated an in-display fingerprint scanner, although the device's 16 MP front-facing camera supports 2D facial recognition too.
While the Infinity H60 5G has two front-facing cameras, the secondary one merely serves as a depth sensor. Hence, the Infinity H60 5G lacks ultra-wide-angle optics or a dedicated portrait camera. Similarly, three of the smartphone's cameras are low resolution sensors. However, Hisense claims that the Infinity H60 5G has a 108 MP primary camera. The company's website reads as if this is a 64 MP sensor upscaled to 108 MP, though.
The Infinity H60 5G relies on a MediaTek Dimensity 810 SoC, 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, all powered by a 4,200 mAh battery that supports 30 W fast charging. Based on Hisense's website, it will only offer the Infinity H60 5G with a faux leather back panel. Unfortunately, pricing, availability, and which version of Android the smartphone ships with remains unknown at this stage.