Honor will skip the 40 series and jump straight to the “Honor 50”. The series will be unveiled in May and the top of the line model should be the Honor 50 Pro+. The team behind the Master Lu benchmark has discovered the phone’s specifications and shared them with the world.
This will be a proper flagship. It will have a 6.79” AMOLED display with 1440p+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate (with HDR10+ support to boot). It will run the Magic UI 4.0 software, though at this point it is not clear if it will have Google services on board or not.
Anyway, the Pro+ will be powered by the Snapdragon 888 chipset (note that the GPU is misidentified as a Mali-G78). The chip will be hooked up to LPDDR5 RAM (8GB seems to be the base) and UFS 3.1 storage (starting at 128GB).
Moving on to the camera, the rear will feature a 50MP main, 13MP ultrawide and 8MP telephoto (50 mm, or 2x magnification) modules. There will be a 3D ToF sensor too. The front will be home to a dual camera 32MP + 8MP.
The 4,400 mAh battery will support 66W wired and 50W wireless charging. There’s no word on pricing yet.