It’s been almost six months since Honor released the new models in its main flagship lineup. Last time, the series was named the Honor 60 series. However, the latest reports claim that the company is working on the successor series as the models from the expected series are currently being leaked.
This morning, a new model from Honor (carrying model number: FNE-AN00) has been listed on 3C Certification. As per sources, this model belongs to the Honor 70 standard version.
The certification mentioned that the device would support a maximum of 66W charging (11V/6A), and it would use the same charger Huawei has been using since the launch of the Mate40 series. However, we can expect higher charging specifications in the above models (Honor 70 Pro and Pro+).
The 66W charger carries the model number “HN-110600C00” and also supports charging at 10W (5V/2A) and 40W (10V/4A).
As per previous reports, there would be three models in the Honor 70 series, including the standard version, the Pro version, and the Pro+ version. If we talk about the specifications of Honor 70, this model is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 7 Gen1 chipset, a premium-mid range chipset.
In addition, this model would also feature a 6.67 inches Full-HD+ (2400*1080p) OLED screen (manufactured by BOE), which supports high-frequency dimming, a 120Hz refresh rate, and a 10bit color scheme. The device would have the following dimensions: 161.4 x73.3×7.91mm.
Moreover, it would also feature a triple camera setup, including a 100MP primary lens + 8MP Ultra-Wide angle lens and a 200MP Macro lens. And inside the phone, there would be a 4800mAh battery with 66W charging support.
It is currently expected that this new flagship series will be introduced between the end of this month and the middle of next month.