However, considering the Honor 60 series is supposed to be aimed at mid-range tier, these rumors may be false, and the upcoming phones might end up with the same chipset inside as the Honor 50 series, or perhaps trade it for a MediaTek processor like the Dimensity 9006.
Honor’s mid-range 50 series was debuted less than a month ago, yet the Chinese company already has more smartphones in the works. Since the Chinese business has previously teased the actual announcement, it’s not difficult to guess the names of Honor’s forthcoming smartphones (via MyFixGuide). At least three models are likely to be released in the Honor 60 series: the Honor 60, Honor 60 Pro, and Honor SE. The future phones are believed to be more powerful than the Honor 50, which has a Snapdragon 778G 5G processor. The Honor Pro 60 is reported to be equipped with a high-end Snapdragon 870 processor, though this has yet to be confirmed. The phone will also be powered by a 4,500 mAh battery that supports 100W rapid charging. On the other hand, the normal Honor 60 model will only support 66W fast charging.
Thankfully, we won’t have to wait long for these important details. Honor confirmed the 60 series will be unveiled in China on December 1, which is less than a week from now. New reasons to get excited every week. Get the most important news, reviews and deals in mobile tech delivered straight to your inbox. Looks like Honor moving away from Huawei is working out for them since they are now able to use GMS and 5G components in their devices. The fact that Honor devices are selling better than when they were part of Huawei is just more proof that Huawei wasn’t as good as they thought and that consumers prefer GMS instead. I’m not going to change my tune to match the circumstances especially when the facts trump fan opinion.
Honor selling devices so well now is a testament to how much Chinese consumers want Huawei devices. They have Huawei’s design language on the hardware and the software, and their devices have been selling well in China where GMS aren’t allowed. The jury is still out on how well they sell outside of China currently. Honor became the 3rd largest smartphone OEM in China, without GMS. Honor has also historically sold more smartphones inside China with no GMS than outside of China with GMS. THESE are the facts, and they are all verifiable, and they trump your GMS fan opinion. Unless you can provide links that prove that Honor has now been selling better with GMS outside of China than inside of China without GMS, you’re just fanboying for GMS and all gas with no substance.
And you’re fanboying hard for Huawei. It sounds like you are still bitter about Honor being in a better position than they were when they were a part of Huawei and it upsets you because they are able to use GMS and be able to take advantage of the benefits GMS offer compared to what they had before. You are being aggressive for no reason here.
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