On June 16, the Honor 50 series will be launched, and the company has officially revealed how the smartphone will look from the backside. The rumors are true. The Honor 50 series will include two circles, one for the primary camera and the other for the secondary camera.
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Honor 50 Camera
However, until today, there were doubts about whether the renderings were genuine. The leaks and rumors were accurate, according to the handset’s most recent official teaser. Instead of a single standard camera aisle, the device will have two circles on the back.
The main shooter will be in one of the circles, while the auxiliary snappers will be in the other. The Honor 50 Pro+ features three secondary cameras, according to the teaser. It will be a definite upgrade from the Honor 50 Pro and the series’ most powerful device.
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The software expected to come with an ultimate Snapdragon 888 chipset. This might turn the Honor 50 flagship into a true competition for fans all around the world. But for now, we’ll have to wait until next Wednesday for confirmation.
Honor 50 Series Specifications
All of these specs seem great, and there’s a good chance the handsets will include Google Services, which is one of the key reasons the brand decided to go its own way rather than remain under Huawei’s roof.
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Previous rumors indicated that the Snapdragon 870 chipset would be used here, which is based on 2019’s flagship Snapdragon 865 technology and isn’t quite top-tier, but is still a powerful chip. It’s probable that the Honor 50 will come with the 778G, the Honor 50 Pro with the 870, and the Honor 50 Pro+ with the most powerful Snapdragon 888.
We expect the 50 Pro+ to include at least 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. A 10-bit screen with 1B colors is reportedly expected, as well as 100W fast charging, a first for the now-independent brand.