Honor, the former sub-brand of Huawei that split from the Chinese tech giant last year, has announced its latest phones in the Chinese market. The Honor 60 and Honor 60 Pro are two mid-range phones powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G Plus processor. But other than that, they look a lot like the Honor 50 series phones released earlier this year, down to having similar dual-ring camera bumps on the back of each phone.A notable new feature of both new phones is support for hand gesture controls, which allow you to perform actions such as the Okay gesture or raise your hand to control the camera such as switching between the front and back cameras, or enable a photo in photo mode. The phone can recognize up to five hand gestures, and Honor says features like these make video vlogging easier than ever. It is noteworthy that Honor is not the first smartphone company to add hand gestures like this, as many other companies such as Google and LG have tried similar features. These controls tend to be slow and imprecise. As a result, Honor’s new technology has a lot to prove. And both phones have a triple rear camera. Honor 60 Pro has a 108MP main lens, a 50MP built-in ultra-wide and macro lens, and a 2MP depth sensor. The big improvement here is the ultra-wide angle lens, which was 8MP on the Honor 50 Pro. The Honor 60 Pro also has a 50MP HD selfie camera. Meanwhile, the regular Honor 60 has a 32MP low-resolution front camera. There’s a triple rear camera with a low-resolution 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens, and there’s no mention of macro capabilities.The Honor 60 series has been announced for the Chinese market so far, with no confirmed plans to launch it globally. But there was only a few months between the launch of the Honor 50 in China and its release in the rest of the world. As a result, we won’t have to wait long if there’s a global release coming. Both phones will be available in China on the tenth of December. The Honor 60 starts at about $424. While the price of Honor 60 Pro starts from about $ 581.

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