The teaser campaign for the Honor 60 series, which will premiere in two days, is at its pinnacle. Almost everything has been revealed via teases and leaks, and the most recent one offers an interesting camera feature.
The Honor 60 will feature camera gestures, according to a new teaser video. Hand movements will allow you to control the phone’s camera.
The AI Super Sensing camera lens on the front will power this feature. You’ll be able to shoot a selfie by high-fiving or fist-pushing in front of the selfie camera. You can also switch between front and back cameras by flipping your palm.
There will also be support for a range of additional motions, such as waving or making a “ok” hand sign, though the video does not specify what each one would do. However, we won’t have to wait long to witness the features for ourselves.
The front and back designs of the phone are also shown in the video. With incredibly tiny bezels and a central punch-hole selfie camera, the display is curved on all four edges. It features the same two ring design as the Honor 50 series, which has previously been shown on official posters.
According to the leaks, it will include an AMOLED display with 1080p resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. It could be powered by the Snapdragon 778G SoC, one of the Snapdragon 700 series’ fastest CPUs. The selfie camera is expected to be 50 megapixels, while the primary camera will be 108 megapixels.