Honor is set to officially debut its latest 50-series smartphones next week on June 16 2021. However, thanks to a recent leak, we may not have to wait long to see what the brand has to offer. As it turns out, there will be three different models to be expected, at least according to 91Mobiles’ latest report.
The first is the entry level Honor 50 SE, which is also – interestingly enough – the largest among its siblings. The phone is said to feature a large 6.78-inch FHD+ LCD display, and under its hood is a MediaTek Dimensity 900 chipset. On its back is a 100MP main camera, paired with an 8MP ultrawide, and a 2MP depth sensor. Due to the lack of images showcasing the SE, it is not known whether the phone will feature the series’ massive dual circular camera bumps on its back. Lastly, 91Mobiles says the phone will pack a 4,000mAh battery with 66W fast charging support.
Next up is the standard Honor 50, which is equipped with a curved 6.57-inch FHD+ OLED display, and a Snapdragon 778G SoC. The rear camera bumps are said to feature a 108MP main sensor, an 8MP ultrawide, 2MP macro and a 2MP depth sensor, while housed in the punch-hole cutout on its display is a 32MP selfie shooter. Powering the handset is a larger 4,300mAh battery, but features the same 66W fast charging support as the SE variant.
Finally we have the Pro variant of the Honor 50. And if the site’s report is accurate, the phone itself disappointingly isn’t much of a step up in terms of hardware when compared to the standard model. According to 91Mobiles, the Pro features a 6.72-inch FHD+ OLED screen with a pill-shaped cutout housing a 32MP and 12MP front-facing cameras. It is said that it would also sport the same chipset as the standard model, but is equipped with a 4,000mAh battery instead. Despite the battery’s smaller size, the Pro does come with 100W fast charging support – a feature that was previously teased by the brand earlier this week.
Besides that, Honor previously confirmed that the Honor 50 series and its future products will once again feature Google Mobile Services and its supported applications. This is made possible thanks to its recent independence from former parent company Huawei.
Another couple of things you may also have noticed is that some specs were left out in 91Mobiles’ report. These include the memory configurations for all three models, other features, expected pricing and availability, as well as the design of the SE variant. All of which are to be officially revealed during the Honor 50 Series’ launch, so at least we have some things to look forward to next week.