Earlier this month, there were reports suggesting that Honor will soon be launching the new Honor 60 series smartphones. Indeed, the company has now officially confirmed that the Honor 60 series smartphones will debut on December 1st in the Chinese market.
This came just five months after the company announced the Honor 50 series smartphones back in June, and will arrive just in time to compete against the upcoming OPPO Reno7 series smartphones.
Although there wasn’t much information pertaining to the specs of these upcoming devices, but an alleged promo poster of the Honor 60 series smartphones did tell us a bit about the phones’ design.
As seen in the leaked promo material, the forthcoming Honor 60 series devices are expected to retain the same dual-ring camera design like what we saw on the existing Honor 50 series lineup.
Leaked information appears to suggest that the Honor 60 and 60 Pro devices will be featuring 66W fast-charging support, while the Honor 60 SE settles with a slightly slower (but still pretty fast) 40W charging support.
Naturally, we can expect to see some decent upgrades on the Honor 60 series smartphones across various departments including it’s underlying chipset and cameras.