The Honor 70 series is scheduled to be officially released on May 30, when three models will be launched. Today, the well-known digital blogger leaked the official rendering of the Honor 70 Pro. It can be seen from the picture that the Honor 70 Pro will continue to use the four-curved screen of the previous generation, with a very high screen ratio. The front camera is designed with a central perforation, and the front looks almost the same as the Honor 60 Pro.
The dual-ring camera on the back is replaced by a rounded hexagonal shape from the previous generation’s ring, and the orientation of the camera is also different from that of the previous generation.
According to known information, the Honor 70 Pro will have a major breakthrough in imaging. The world’s first Sony IMX800 sensor has a 1/1.49-inch outsole and a maximum output pixel of up to 54MP. With the blessing of the HONOR Image Engine computing photography platform, in Under the dark light environment and the backlight scene, the shooting ability has a qualitative leap.
It is reported that the Honor 70 Pro will be equipped with the MediaTek Dimensity 8000 processor, based on TSMC’s 5nm process, an octa-core architecture consisting of four 2.75GHz Cortex-A78 large cores and four 2.0GHz Cortex-A55 small cores, while the GPU Integrated 700MHz six-core Mali-G610, its comprehensive performance will surpass the Snapdragon 870 to catch up with the Snapdragon 888.
In terms of screen, the Honor 70 Pro will be equipped with a drill-row 120Hz screen, which is expected to be exclusively supplied by BOE, and will inherit the 1920MHz high-frequency PWM dimming technology of the previous generation.
In addition, the Honor 70 Pro is also the first model in the Honor digital series to be equipped with 100W fast charging technology. Of course, there is a high probability that it will support wireless charging.