Honor’s official sources have announced that another Honor Play series phone is scheduled for release on April 9.
A listing on the Chinese JD store, reveals that a ‘Pro’ variant will accompany this launch as well and both the handset will carry an affordable Huawei price tag.
The images that go with the pre-order page seem to showcase a notched design and a rectangular camera bump (which has become somewhat of a staple look for recent Honor releases). The notched design with an under-display camera allegedly belongs to the Honor 4T Pro edition. The ‘standard’ version, on the other hand, features a punch-hole design with a twin camera setup on the back.
The camera setup closely resembles the Honor Play 9A that was introduced last week. For the Honor Play 4T Pro, you’re looking at a triple-camera arrangement stacked vertically, on top of an LED flash. The rear shell has a polished gradient design that comes in solid green and ‘Breathing Crystal’ colors.
The Honor Play 4T Pro features a 48MP + 8MP + 2MP combination — the 8MP sensor being an ultra-wide module. The screen houses a 16MP selfie shooter inside the notch and an under-the-display fingerprint scanner.
Speaking of the display, you’re looking at an OLED panel that measures 6.3 inches and produces an FHD+ resolution. The device allegedly runs on a Kirin 810 platform, with a processor clocked at 2.27GHz. The chipset is connected to 6GB/8GB of RAM and a 128GB/256GB storage configuration.
The base version has a twin-camera on the back and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. It lops off the 8MP ultra-wide module and swaps the 16MP front camera for an 8MP sensor.
The in-display camera sits inside a 6.39-inch LCD display that produces an HD+ resolution. The 2.0GHz processor is coupled with 4GB/6GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB of ROM.
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