Renders of Honor 80 Pro Flat Display Variant Leaked!

Finally a new flat-screen Honor?

Honor 80 GT

The Honor 80 Pro has already debuted in China back in November. That phone came with an attractive-looking curved-edge OLED screen. Since then, we have had rumors about it going official, along with the Honor 80 GT and other phones. But that did not come true.

However, a new variant of the Honor 80 Pro has just leaked. And it looks pretty much like that phone but with a flat screen. The leaker has also spilled the beans on what the specs would be like. And it seems like the phone is off to a very good start.

Honor 80 Pro Flat Screen Variant Will Have a 6.67-Inch OLED Screen

According to Digital Chat Station, the Honor 80 Pro flat-screen variant will come with an FHD+ OLED screen that will be 6.67 inches. This screen is said to boast a refresh rate of 120Hz with PWM dimming at 1920Hz. And the best part is that the screen supports 10-bit colors.

Honor 80 Pro flat screen

In comparison, the regular Honor 80 Pro has a 6.78-inch OLED screen and curved edges. And instead of FHD+ resolution, that screen is 1.5K, which offers 1224 x 2700 pixels.

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Other than that, the phone is also set to come with an in-screen fingerprint scanner. On the front, there will be a single punch-hole that will house a 32 MP selfie camera. But the regular Honor 80 Pro comes with a 50MP and 2MP dual selfie camera module housed inside a pill-shaped cutout.

Honor 80 Pro flat screen

The flat-screen version is also rumored to come with a 160MP camera on the back. It is said to feature an f/1.8 aperture. The primary camera will supposedly be paired up with 8MP and 2MP snappers.

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Furthermore, the flat version of the Honor 80 Pro is set to be powered with a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC. The leaker said the phone would also come with a 4800mAh battery that supports 66W fast charging.

Honor 80 Pro

One tipster claimed that the flat version would be available in early January. So, you can definitely expect to hear more news about it in the upcoming days.

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