The Honor 70 series will launch the Sony IMX8 series super-bottom CMOS, which is expected to be announced this month.
It is reported that this Sony IMX800 sensor belongs to the Senser customized by Honor and Sony, and the area of its photosensitive unit will be larger than the 1/1.49-inch Sony IMX866 launched by vivo X80.
However, this sensor is expected to only be equipped with the top version of the Honor 70 Pro+ for the first time. According to the information previously leaked, the Honor 70 series will have three models: Honor 70, Honor 70 Pro, and Honor 70 Pro+, equipped with Snapdragon 7 Gen 1, Dimensity 8100, and Dimensity 9000 chips respectively.
Honor 70 will use a BOE-like drill-row screen, and also comes standard with Honor’s first 1920Hz high-frequency PWM dimming technology, equipped with 66W fast charge + 4800mAh battery.
The Honor 70 Pro is also expected to use the BOE-like drill screen, and LTPO material, and support a 1-120Hz adaptive refresh rate. Compared with the standard 120Hz high refresh rate, it is more power-efficient to use. This is also an upgrade from the Honor 70. In terms of charging specifications In terms aspects, it is consistent with the Honor 70.
The screen specifications of the Honor 70 Pro+ are the same as those of the Honor 70 Pro, and the fast charging is upgraded to 100W, which is expected to support high-power wireless charging.
In addition, the linear motor will also become the standard configuration of the Honor digital series. The Honor 70 uses a Z-axis vertical linear motor, while the other two use an X-axis horizontal linear motor.