Recently, a new Huawei’s phone with a model number OXP-AN00 spotted on Geekbench. The phone is the Honor’s upcoming Honor Play4 Pro.
A phone with the same model number is also listed on JD.com (Chinese e-commerce website) with the name of “Honor Play4 Pro”. From this, it is confirmed that the Geekbench is of Honor Play4 Pro.
On the Geekbench, the phone is equipped with an unknown Kirin chipset. Its frequency and other processor information are similar to the “Kirin 990 5G” chipset. The phone has scored 751 points on the single-core test and 2773 points on the multi-core test. Moreover, the phone is equipped with 8 Gigs of RAM and running the latest Android 10 OS.
On JD.com, nothing about specifications is revealed yet. The only thing which is confirmed is that the phone uses a non-removable battery. The phone can be pre-order for now. It is expected that the phone will be shipped on the 10th of June.
As it is previously reported, the new Honor Play4 Pro will be equipped with a dual punch-hole 6.57 inches LCD display. The display has a Full-HD+ resolution of 2400*1080p. The phone also features a 4200mAh built-in battery with 40W fast charging. It also got a side fingerprint scanner and a USB Type-C port for fast charging.
On the camera side, it got a dual front and back camera. On the front, it got a 32MP+8MP camera. While on the back, it got a 40MP+8MP camera. The primary 40MP “Sony IMX600y” camera is the same camera we found in Huawei’s Mate30.
The Honor Play4 Series is set to be launched on the 3rd Of June.