Honor 50 Pro specifications revealed via AnTuTu benchmark listing

The Honor 50 Pro will come with a 120Hz display.

Highlights
  • The Honor 50 Pro will be powered by the Snapdragon 778G chipset and feature a 120Hz display.
  • Honor will unveil the smartphone lineup in China on June 16th.
  • The Honor 50 series will consist of the Honor 50, Honor 50 Pro, and Honor 50 Pro+.

The Honor 50 is an upcoming flagship series from the Chinese manufacturer. Honor has already confirmed that the new devices would be launched at an event in China on June 16th. The lineup would include the Honor 50Honor 50 Pro, and the Honor 50 Pro+. While not a lot of information is available on these phones, they’ve been appearing on various online portals in the last few weeks. Most recently, the Honor 50 Pro was spotted on AnTuTu benchmarking site, where it revealed some of its key specifications.

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Honor 50 Pro specifications

The Honor 50 Pro is the mid-range device in the upcoming Honor 50 line-up. It is expected to offer flagship-level performance, high-end cameras, and more at an affordable price tag. The phone has now been listed on the AnTuTu benchmarking website revealing some specifications and scores.

It carries the model number RNA-AN00 and scored around 525000 points. The device is powered by the Snapdragon 778G chipset, which is paired with 8GB RAM. The listing also shows that the phone is running Android 11 based OS, has 256GB of UFS 2.X storage, and features a 120Hz display. Honor have themselves teased the smartphone a couple of times, and we know what it’s going to look like. 

The Honor 50 Pro will reportedly feature a 108-megapixel primary camera alongside two other sensors. The cameras would be housed inside two separate rings, giving it a distinctive look. We’ve also come across 3C certifications for the phones, which showed that the standard Honor 50 and 50 Pro variants would support 66W and 100W fast charging, respectively.

The latest Honor 50 series will be the first new Honor smartphones to use Qualcomm chipsets since Huawei’s ban in the United States. The new phones will also run Google software, which means that users will have access to the Play Store and Google services.

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