According to the official announcement, the Honor 70 series flagship smartphones will be officially released on May 30, and the company is expected to provide three models in one go – including the Honor 70, 70 Pro, and 70 Pro+.
It is expected that the new opportunity will introduce fresh design inspiration based on the previous model, supplemented by some top-notch hardware configurations. Now, the Geekbench benchmark database has listed some key specs of the Honor 70 Pro models.
In terms of positioning, the new Honor 70 Pro 5G is between the standard model and the 70 Pro+. The specifications of the new phone, code-named SDY-AN00 disclosed on the Geekbench website, also revealed that it uses the MediaTek Dimensity 8000 chipset – the SoC is clocked at 2.75 GHz and integrates the Mali-G610 GPU.
In addition, the Honor 70 Pro is equipped with 12GB of running memory and pre-installed with Magic UI 6.0 software customized based on Android 12, and finally got a single-core 819 / multi-core 3303 points.
The renderings leaked earlier show that the Honor 70 Pro smartphone uses a centered punch-hole front camera + a larger 8-shaped rear three-camera module. It is said that the main camera is a 1/1.49-inch @ 54MP pixel Sony IMX800 sensor.
The front of the fuselage is the familiar arc-edge waterfall screen, and it is said to support a 120Hz high brush and 100W fast charging. As for the truth, please wait patiently for the official announcement next Monday.