Honor is showing no sign of slowing down since its breakup with Huawei. After releasing the Honor 50 series, the company is set to launch the successor for Honor 50 series.
The company has posted on its Weibo account that the launch date of the Honor 60 series is Dec. 1 in China at 7:30PM (China time).
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From the teaser video released by the company, the Honor 60 series’ color scheme will have starry sky elements. Previous reports suggested that the device will come with dual camera rings just like those in the Honor 50 series.
There was three models of devices released in the Honor 50 series back in June. The Honor 50 series included; the Honor 50, Honor 50 Pro, and Honor 50 SE. It appears the incoming Honor 60 series will follow same route.
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It’s fair to say that the Honor 60 series will compete with the likes of the Xiaomi 12 and Oppo Reno 7 when it debut in December. But so far, very limited information is known about these devices.
The vanilla and Pro models of the Honor 60 might have support for 66W fast charging, while the SE variant may come with 40W charging. Some Honor smartphones with the model numbers; GIA-AN00, ELZ-AN00, TNA-AN00, ANY-AN00, and LSA-AN00 have been spotted at 3C.
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But we don’t have confirmation if any of these devices spotted on 3C is any of the Honor 60 series. It’s also very likely that two of these devices may debut in the Chinese market as the Honor 60 and Honor 60 Pro.
If the Honor 60 is to be seen as true upgrade of the Honor 50 series, then it should pack a more improved chipset.
For context, the chipset inside the Honor 50 and Honor 50 Pro is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778 chip. Honor 50 SE was driven by the MediaTek Dimensity 900 chip. So, we expect the Honor 60, 60 Pro, and 60 SE to pack an even better chipset inside.