> Phase array 60 degree beamforming
Yes, but is that the width of the beam? What the total area covered by the radio? One would think that is some multiple of 60.
"60 degree" means that generally antenna is capable of transmitting/receiving in direction which is +-30 degree from direction where antenna is pointed.
"beam forming" means that antenna actively forms a narrower beam in some particular direction within
the general angle range. Theoretically it's not necessary to fine tune antenna azimuth and tilt, the beam forming algorithm should take care about that.
Beam width of such formed beam is quite narrow, as @msatter wrote it's 1 degree.
Altogether: it means that the other end of the PtP link should be in general direction of antenna (+- 30 degrees) and that upon link establishment, antenna will form a narrow beam hugely increasing link quality - difference between 60° beam and 1° beam is around 35 dB which is effectively difference in antenna gain. One has to take care about EIRP on Tx side, but on Rx side, these 35dB are net gain (largely increasing SINR).