One week away from its official announcement, more details have been revealed about the upcoming Honor 50 Pro. The top-tier model of the lineup, RNA-AN00, has been benchmarked by popular benchmarking app AnTuTu.
The 50 Pro scored just shy of 526K for its run. The phone will debut running the Snapdragon 778G chipset and Adreno 642L GPU, paired with 8GB of LPDDR4x RAM.
The benchmark listing shows that the device will come with 256GB of UFS 2.X storage and it will run Android 11. There’s also note of high refresh rate support up to 120Hz.
The Honor 50 Pro was previously reported to arrive with a 108MP main sensor behind an f/1.8 lens housed in one of the camera rings. The other ring would contain two auxiliary cameras, though neither a periscope one. The Honor 50, meanwhile, will come with a 50MP main camera with the same kind of lens. Both phones’ cameras may be marketed to vloggers.
Teaser poster with Honor 50 Pro+
3C certifications confirmed that the Honor 50 and 50 Pro will support 66W and 100W charging, respectively.
Honor is set to announce the Honor 50 lineup at a June 16 event. The Honor 50 series is the first of the brand to be powered by a Qualcomm chipset since the (then parent company) Huawei-US ban.