The Honor 50 series of smartphone are all set to launch in China on June 16th. The smartphones will be launched via a virtual event. The series consists of the Honor 50, Honor 50 Pro and Honor 50 Pro+ smartphones. Honor has already confirmed that these smartphones will launch on that particular event.
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The 50 Pro has appeared on the AnTuTu benchmarking site. This particular listing of the device reveals the core specifications of the device. Previously, the camera design and specifications of the smartphones were revealed.
Honor 50 Pro Specifications
The Honor 50 Pro is expected to be a flagship performer. Moreover, users can expect to see flagship-level gaming and high-end cameras at an affordable price. The phone is listed with the model number RNA-AN00 on the AnTuTu Benchmarking site. Moreover, the upcoming smartphone scores roughly 525000 points. This is great for a mid-range flagship.
The Honor 50 Pro will come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778 SoC. Additionally, the octa-core chipset is paired with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of UFS 2.X internal storage. It is not known if the internal storage will be expandable. Also, the smartphone will come with a fast refresh rate of 120Hz display.
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However, the exact size and resolution of the display is not yet known. One can expect to see a full-HD+ display on this one. Additionally, the smartphone will run on Android 11 with the company custom skin on top.
When it comes to the cameras, the Honor 50 Pro will feature a triple rear camera setup. The setup will include an impressive 108-megapixel primary sensor. Additionally, the camera sensors will be housed in two separate ring-like setups. The 50 and 50 Pro will also come with 66W and 100W fast charging support, respectively.
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Also, an important thing to note is that these two devices will be the first new series of Honor phones to come with Google services since Huawei’s ban in the US.