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Honor Magic 3 Pro With Snapdragon 888 Plus and 12GB RAM Listed On Geekbench

Honor has already announced that the Honor Magic 3 series will be launched in the upcoming event on August 12. It is known that there would be two main models in this series, Honor Magic 3 and Magic 3 Pro.

Today, as reported, a new model with model ID ELZ-AN20 has been listed on the Geekbench listing, which belongs to the Pro version of the Honor Magic 3 series. The Benchmark further revealed its chipset and RAM capacity.

It is mentioned in the certification that the new Honor Magic 3 Pro will be powered by the chipset having the model number SM8350 with a maximum 3.0GHz frequency which denotes the Snapdragon 888 Plus chipset. In addition, it is also equipped with 12 Gigs of massive RAM.

The performance of Honor Magic 3 Pro is also decent. The smartphone has scored 1133 points on single-core, while on multi-core, it has scored 3368 points. We can expect that the performance of retail devices might be a little better.

As previously reported, the new Honor Magic 3 series will feature a Dual Punch-Hole OLED display. The difference is the design and specifications. The standard Magic 3 will feature a straight screen, while the Pro model will adopt a double-sided curved screen. The resolution is expected to reach QHD+.

The leaks and rumors also claimed that the camera setup on Honor Magic 3 series would also be robust. It is reported that the camera lenses would be in a circle-shaped module. It will feature five lenses in total with support of 100x zoom. In addition, we might also see a dual primary camera for the first time.

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