The Honor 50, which was released in June this year, played a massive role in getting Honor back on the road to greatness. The sequel will make its debut later this year, on December 1st, according to a recent video, which was shortly followed by a picture.
Based on preliminary information, we expect three devices to debut, with a Pro and an SE variant in addition to the base model. The Honor 60 Pro will be the most interesting of all three, powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 chipset and powered by a 4,500mAh battery that will support 100-watt or faster chargers.
Based on previous certification documents, we know that the Honor 60, the base model, shouldn’t be ashamed either, as it is assumed to be compatible with 66-watt fast chargers. If you liked the dual ring camera design of the Honor 50 models, you’d be happy to keep this layout for the new generation as well. Here is one of the Honor 60 editions:
We can’t provide actual specifics because the manufacturer has kept its secrets surprisingly effective recently, so if you want a complete and detailed description of the devices, you’ll most likely be forced to wait for next week’s presentation.