The Honor 50 series will be officially unveiled soon, but until then we have a few new things to learn about these devices in an unofficial way. For example, GSM Arena has released new and real photos with the devices, revealing some news about the design and capabilities of the cameras on these devices. It seems that there will be important differences between the Honor 50 and 50 Pro variants.
Honor 50 and 50 Pro will integrate high resolution cameras
I already knew that Honor 50, like Huawei P50, will benefit from a camera system framed in two circles. However, it seems that the way these cameras will be installed is completely different from what Huawei will offer on the P50 models.
Honor chose to integrate a large camera in the top circle, the main one, high resolution, and two cameras in the bottom circle, probably these being secondary (ultrawide, zoom, depth, macro, etc.). We do not know exactly what the photo configuration is, but we have information about the main sensor, as you can see the writing around it.
Thus we find out that Honor 50, the basic model, will use a 50 megapixel sensor, probably similar to what we have seen on Huawei phones in the last few years. The lens will have an f / 1.8 aperture, which captures a lot of light. However, the Honor 50 Pro model will integrate a superior camera, with a 108 megapixel sensor, probably using a sensor from Samsung, as this is the only company that has brought something like this on the market so far. And this lens benefits from an open aperture with f / 1.8.
There are still details we don’t know about the new devices
On June 16, Honor will officially unveil the full range of products and we will find out the complete hardware configuration. We already know officially that the phones will use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 778G chipset, and now we have information about the cameras. The latest information available unofficially is fast charging, which will be 66W on the standard model and 100W on the Honor 50 Pro.
It remains to be seen which screens and other components will integrate these two devices, as we already know in terms of software that it will use an Android with Google services at the factory.
Robert J. Smith is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including JoyStiq and Android Authority. In regards to academics, Robert earned a degree in business from Fordham University. Robert has passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.