Rumor | Huawei Mate 60 RS design updates exposed in new pre-launch leaks
The next non-foldable flagship smartphones from Huawei are already projected to turn out looking more like their Mate 40 counterparts than those of the Mate 50 series; however, it now seems the top-end version might break the monotony a little with a new display.
New CAD renders posted to Weibo by the leaker Digital Chat Station may be linked to the Mate 60 RS due to the large, vaguely octagonal, camera hump on its back. It does differ from that of the 50 RS in some ways, however, in that it seems to contain 3 to 4 lenses arranged in a new plus-sign formation around a central circular cut-out likely to house its XMAGE branding.
However, the "60 RS" is also distinctly depicted as ditching the old-school (and wide) display notch of the 50 Pro and 50 RS in favor of something new. Well, new to Huawei, anyway: the (almost equally expansive) Dynamic Island-esque punch-hole thought to leverage the new Live Window setting baked into HarmonyOS 4.0.
The new screen might be curved towards yet another hallmark Mate-series thin frame, which integrates a dual-speaker system, in the 60 RS. Then again, there are no official indications that any new Huawei flagship phone will really switch to this new design, not even a top-end Porsche Design-branded variant, as yet.