Honor will be launching the new Honor 60 series smartphones on December 1st next week. Ahead of it’s launch, the phone’s design had already been fully revealed via a series of official renders that were published on several ecommerce platforms earlier this week.
Now, more details pertaining to the Honor 60 and Honor 60 Pro devices had also emerged thanks to their respective Geekbench listings which pretty much confirmed that the duo will be featuring a slightly upgraded Snapdragon 778G+ chipset. Also, the Honor 60 and 60 Pro will be arriving with up to 12GB RAM and are expected to ship with Android 11 out of the box.
While most of the other specs remain largely under the wraps at the moment, but rumors had claimed that the devices could be arriving with an OLED panel that offers a smooth 120Hz refresh rate. On the imaging front, the two devices are also tipped to feature a 50 megapixels front-facing camera and a 108 megapixels main camera for their rear cameras.
Just like the case of the Honor 50 series smartphones, the Honor 60 Pro might features a faster-charging speed over the vanilla model. Aside from that, it remains to be seen what are the other differences that set the two devices apart.