Ahead of the official launch, it seems more information about the Honor 70 series is being shared. If before, the question of camera sensors had been answered. Now, the turn of the processing chip and charging system is revealed.
Unlike before, Honor will use MediaTek’s chip for this time, which is the Dimensity 9000 with the corresponding Turbo X GPU. The chip is also said to be able to provide competition to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, Exynos 2200, and A15 Bionic on devices released this year.
In addition, the device will also be supplied with a battery that supports a 100W fast-charging system. Where this charging system has also been used on Honor Magic 4 Pro before which is said to be able to charge up to 100% in just 30 minutes.
Again the question here is it is still unknown which variation will support all of this. It follows Honor is rumored to most likely introduce up to three different variations. These include Honor 70, 70 Pro, and 70 Pro+.
Recall, in all three members of the Honor 70 Series, the 54-megapixel Sony IMX800 sensor will be the main camera. Honor also shared some examples of photos taken with this camera. It is noteworthy that there is a “54MP Matrix Camera” label on the photos.
In general, the images shared by the company bring a professional level and show that the smartphone can capture a wide range of colors and details in good lighting.
For now, the official price of the Honor 70 Series smartphones is still secret, but the official launch will take place on 30 May. So there are chances that this detail will also end up leaking ahead of time.