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Several years ago, Huawei was cut off from the global supply chain, so the company had to scramble to find domestic substitutes for all the parts needed to build a smartphone.
One of the most intriguing aspects of the new Mate 60 series is that the company has managed to resume production of the chipset. You can find more details about the Kirin 9000s chip in this post discussing the breakdown of the Huawei Mate 60 Pro.
Kunlun glass (2nd gen) on the front, polyamide fibers for the body
Moreover, Huawei has replaced the well-known Gorilla Glass with its own Kunlun glass, now in its second generation. Kunlun is Huawei’s proprietary formulation of ion-strengthened glass that was initially introduced with the Mate 50 Pro Kunlun Glass Edition.
The formula has now been further improved for the 2023 generation. How does it compare to Corning glass? Although it’s not a direct comparison, a drop test conducted by PBK reviews demonstrates promising results.
It is important to note that the factory-fitted plastic screen protector was removed for this test, presenting just the bare glass against concrete and more. Additionally, the Mate 60 Pro features a quad screen, so there is minimal to no protection provided by the edges when dropped face-down.
This is a relatively informal test, and leaving the phone with a car is certainly not a standard procedure. Regardless, the Kunlun glass performed impressively well.