Some Chinese web users recently found that a new Honor smartphone model named “FNE-AN00”, appeared on the website of TENAA, China’s national telecommunications certification authority. Its parameters are the same as the Honor 70 series.
According to TENAA, the new smartphone adopts a 4800mAh battery and measures 161.4 x73.3×7.91mm. It features a 6.67-inch large screen and the Android 12 operation system.
Honor released its Honor 50 in June and the Honor 60 in December last year. If everything goes well, the Honor 70 series will be launched in the next few months.
Yash Raj Chaudhary, who had previously broke the news, released the latest specifications of the Honor 70, suggesting that this model would use a BOE screen.
The Honor 70 is expected to be equipped with the Qualcomm 7Gen1 chip and will have a screen that supports high frequency dimming + 120Hz refresh rate + 10bit color. The three rear cameras will be 100 MP, 8 MP and 2 MP. The device will support 66W fast charging and uses a 4800mAh battery. Further, the phone has a Z-axis linear motor, stereo dual-lift, NFC and other functions.
The Honor 70 Pro will also be equipped with the MediaTek 8100 and its screen parameters will be the same as the standard version. However, the difference will lie in the three rear cameras, which will include a 50 MP (IMX766 + OIS) lens, a 50 MP ultra-wide angle, and a 8 MP telephoto. The battery will also support fast charge.
The next version up, the Honor 70 Pro+, will be equipped with the MediaTek 9000 processor but will still feature the same screen parameters as the standard version. Its camera set up will include a 50 MP (IMX766 + OIS), a 50 MP ultra-wide angle, and a 8 MP telephoto. Its battery will be 4600mAh and will support fast charging.