It has recently been officially confirmed that Huawei has sold 100% of its subsidiary Honor, in a multi-million dollar deal. Thus, it was confirmed that from now on, Honor will be completely independent, with no influence whatsoever from Huawei.
With that, everyone is waiting to see the first Honor smartphone that may arrive with support for Google services and applications. Even without having been confirmed that this could be the first, we have the design of a new Honor smartphone revealed by TENAA certification.
This Honor smartphone had already been certified last week, but the images had not been revealed. At an early stage, it was thought that it could be a rebranding from the already official Huawei Nova 8 SE, but the new images reveal a very different design.
As you can see in the images, this smartphone will arrive with a small punch hole aligned to the center of the screen and with a rectangular photographic module with 4 sensors. Considering its possible specifications, if support for Google applications and services is confirmed, this could be one of the most popular smartphones launched recently.
Alleged specifications for Honor’s new mid-range
- 6.53 “inch AMOLED display with Full HD + resolution and 20: 9 aspect ratio
- 120Hz refresh rate (unconfirmed)
- MediaTek Dimensity 800U processor
- 8GB of RAM
- 128GB / 256GB internal memory
- Four rear cameras: 64MP + 8MP (ultrawide) + 2MP (macro) + 2MP (depth)
- 16 megapixel front camera
- On-screen fingerprint reader
- 3.800mAh battery with support for 66W fast charging
- Android 10
Despite having already received official certification from TENAA, we still do not know specific dates for a possible presentation.
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