rewrite this content and keep HTML tags After the introduction of the Mate 60 and the Mate 60 Pro, Huawei has now released the flagship model in the family, the Huawei Mate 60 Pro+. It is based on the regular Pro with some components enhanced for better performance. Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ Let’s start with the most important aspects. Huawei has not disclosed the chipset that powers the Mates, but it is likely to be the 7nm Kirin 9000s made in China. Moreover, it comes with more RAM – 16GB (up from 12GB on the Pro), and 512GB or 1TB of storage. The storage can be expanded using Huawei’s own NM card format, which has a capacity of 256GB. The screen is a 6.82″ LTPO OLED, similar to the one on the Pro, but with slightly better sharpness – 1260 x 2720px. It is a 10-bit panel with a variable refresh rate ranging from 1Hz to 120Hz and has 300Hz touch sampling. The brightness is controlled by a 1,440Hz high-frequency PWM dimming. 6.82” 1-120Hz LTPO OLED display The Pro+ is equipped with second-gen Kunlun glass for protection, and it is rated IP68, which means it can withstand being submerged in water up to 6m/20ft for half an hour. Kunlun 2nd generation glass • Water resistance up to 6m/20ft The Pro+ also features three punch holes in the display – one for the 13MP selfie camera and two for the 3D ToF system. As for the rear camera, it includes a main module with a 48MP sensor and an OIS-enabled lens with a variable aperture (f/1.4-f/4.0). Alongside, there is a periscope with a 48MP sensor and a 90mm f/3.0 lens with OIS. Finally, the ultra-wide camera has been upgraded to a 40MP sensor (up from 12MP on the other two Mate 60 models). 48MP main (f/1.4-f/4.0), 48MP 90mm periscope and 40MP ultra wide The battery system remains unchanged with a capacity of 5,000 mAh. It can be recharged at 88W over USB-C or at 50W wirelessly (both with proprietary Huawei technology). Additionally, it supports 20W reverse wireless charging which is useful for charging other devices. The USB-C port is wired for USB 3.1 Gen 1. 5,000mAh battery with 88W wired and 50W wireless charging The Pro+ offers Wi-Fi 6 (ax) and Bluetooth 5.2 with LDAC and L2HC codecs for connectivity. It also includes NFC and an IR blaster. However, the specification sheet doesn’t mention anything about 5G or even 4G support. Like the other Mates, this model supports two-way SMS messaging over the BeiDou network. But here’s an interesting feature – the Mate 60 Pro+ can also make voice calls over the Tiantong satellite. Unfortunately, there are no details about the subscription required for this service. The Pro+ supports voice calls over satellite in addition to SMS The Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ is expected to begin shipping on October 9. Its price has not been announced yet, but customers can reserve a spot in line by placing a CNY 1,000 deposit (equivalent to $135). Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ in: Black • Cream Customers can choose between the 512GB and 1TB versions as well as the colors Black and Cream. The deposit amount is the same for both options, but the final price may vary. For reference, a Mate 60 Pro with 12GB/512GB storage is priced at CNY 7,000 ($950/€890/₹79,000). Leaked information suggests that the Mate 60 Pro+ will have a price tag of CNY 9,000.