In January of this year, Honor launched its first flagship product Honor V40 series after independence. It came with the Dimensity 1000+ flagship processor, coupled with extremely high-quality design. The company’s past practice proves that Honor will launch its top-level flagship smartphone “Honor 40” series next. However, we have got some news concerning the upcoming Honor phones. According to GSMarena, Honor will skip the naming of the Honor 40 series and directly name the new flagship as the ‘Honor 50’. That’s not difficult to guess it is going to benchmark the ‘Big Brother’ Huawei P50. The latter will hit the market in May.
At the same time, the source also showcased a design sketch of the Honor 50 series. From the picture, we can see that the entire series will follow the design of the Honor V40 Light Luxury Version. The upper left corner of the fuselage carries an oval triple-camera module. It also adopts a unique double-ring design. The latter coincides with the previous renderings of the Huawei P50 series.
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A whistleblower said that the rear-camera design of Honor 50 seems to have borrowed from the world-renowned brand Cartier’s ring. It is also consistent with Honor’s design philosophy. We mean Honor phones have always been looking attractively. So the next-gen model will be no exception.
Powerful Camera and Configuration
It is worth noting that from the design drawing, we can see the size of the main rear camera of the Honor 50 is very large. Therefore, it will have a large-size sensor. Previously, Honor CEO Zhao Ming also revealed that the new flagship will have advanced imaging capabilities and algorithms. As many manufacturers pay more and more attention to the camera (Mi 11 Ultra, ZTE Axon 30. etc.). likely, the Honor 50 series will provide an unprecedented image performance as well.
As for configuration, Honor Chairman Wan Biao recently revealed that Honor and mainstream chip manufacturers have begun a comprehensive cooperation. So they will use flagship chips in their upcoming products. So there is every reason to think it will sport the Snapdragon 888 chip to cope with all those tasks.