The Honor 100 series is coming on November 23, and we expect the vanilla variant to be the first phone in the world with a Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 chipset, while the 100 Pro should have a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset.
More specs leaked over the weekend, suggesting once again both the Pro and the vanilla Honor 100 will feature 100W charging support. The two phones will have identical 1220p panels with 3840 Hz PWM and up to 2,600 nits peak brightness.
According leaks from China, the Honor 100 will pack a 50 MP main camera with OIS and a 12 MP ultrawide unit alongside it, while the selfie shooter will have another 50 MP sensor.
The Honor 100 Pro will add a 32 MP portrait cam on the back, also with OIS, while the 50 MP front-facing camera will gain a 2 MP assistnat inside a pill-shaped punch-hole.
If the rumors are true, both the 100 and 100 Pro will have three memory combinations – 12/256 GB, 16/256 GB, and 16/512 GB. Prices in China will start from CNY2,799 ($390/€355) for the Honor 100 and CNY3,699 ($515/€470) for the Honor 100 Pro.
I've been waiting for the 100 Pro for over 2 months and the specs did not disappoint. It's giving alot of glagships a run for their money. Can't wait for it to arrive in South Africa
Is Honor going to finally going to upgrade their update policy for Honor 100 series(for former series it is like 1 big android update and 2 years of security updates). Hardware seems great but i fear that update promise will be lackluster.