Honor 80 series key specs confirmed, to get 160-megapixel rear camera: All the details


The launch of the Honor 80 series is a week away and the company has already started previewing its key specs. A few days ago, Honor confirmed that the handset would be unveiled in China on November 23. Later they revealed chipset details and now they have shared camera details for Honor 80 series. The company has shared a poster that the upcoming Honor 80 series will arrive with a 160 main camera megapixels.

According to a previous leak from popular tipster Digital Chat Station, the Honor 80 series camera system could be a custom edition of the 200-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL HPX camera. However, Honor has now confirmed via a Weibo post that the new series will feature a 160-megapixel primary rear camera. It is possible that it is a customized version of the Samsung ISOCELL sensor.

Additionally, the Honor 80 series launch poster also suggests that the device will arrive with dual front cameras, positioned centrally in a pill-shaped cutout. It looks like the dynamic island of the iPhone 14 Pro.

In another poster, once again shared on Weibo, Honor also confirmed that the Honor 80 will feature the Snapdragon 782G SoC, while the Honor 80 Pro will receive the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC.

Honor 80 Series Specs (Rumored)

The Honor 80 series would have up to four models: Honor 80 SE, Honor 80, Honor 80 Pro and Honor 80 Pro+. While the company has already shared that the standard Honor 80 model and the Pro variant will be powered by Snapdragon 782G and Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipsets respectively, the SE model can be equipped with the MediaTek Dimensity 1080 SoC.

According to previous reports, the Honor 80 Pro and Honor 80 Pro+ are expected to come with 66W and 100W fast charging support, respectively. All 3 handsets are said to run on Android 13 operating system with the latest Magic UI 7.0 on top.

Along with the Honor 80 series, the Chinese smartphone company will also unveil the Honor Magic Vs, the company’s second foldable smartphone at the November 23 launch event.


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