The design details of Honor 70 and 70 Pro have been fully published


The design details of Honor 70 and 70 Pro have been fully published

The design details of Honor 70 and 70 Pro have been fully published

Recent information revealed that the Honor 70 series will be introduced as a successor to the 60 series at the end of May 2022 (Khordad 1401). Now report notebookcheck, more details are available ahead of the unveiling.

The noteworthy point is that the new series will apparently consist of only two versions, including Honor 70 and Honor 70 Pro. According to the image, the Honor 70 version has the same appearance as the Pro version; But its camera protrusion has become two separate raised circles in the body. However, both models will apparently come with similar camera arrays, along with Sony’s new 1.1.49-inch IMX800 sensor.

The Honor 70 will also have a display of roughly the same size as the Honor 70 Pro and a hole in the top center to host the selfie camera. However, the 70 model has more top and bottom edges than its high-end model.

On the other hand, it is obvious that both versions have a screen with a curved edge, which is more noticeable in the Pro version.

Moreover, both versions will apparently share three common colors: Bright Black, Jade Green, and Streamer Crystal. Another Icelandic Fantasy color and a gold version of the Streamer Crystal will be available only for 70 Pros.

  • Honor 70 series will probably be equipped with Sony IMX800 primary camera sensor

according to the report, said It is possible that there are two configurations of RAM or storage memory at least for the Honor 70. On the other hand, the regular version will probably be equipped with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 chip, and the Pro version will be equipped with Mediatek’s Dimensity 9000.

Previous Dimensity 1050 was introduced; The first MediaTek chip with support for both versions of the 5G network
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