The Honor 90 series initially made its debut in China and later expanded its presence to Europe and India. Now, we have received early specifications for one of the upcoming iterations in this series – the Honor 100 Pro. Chinese tipster Digital Chat Station has confirmed that the anticipated flagship is slated for a November release and will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset.
The device is set to sport an AMOLED display with a resolution of 1,224 x 2,700 pixels, offering a swift 120Hz refresh rate and a remarkable 3,840Hz PWM dimming feature. Additionally, we have received confirmation regarding a centrally placed punch-hole cutout housing the front-facing camera, which is expected to feature a high-megapixel count.
For context, the Honor 90 Pro, which was initially exclusive to China, boasted a 50MP front-facing camera. As of now, there isn’t much additional information available about the Honor 100 series. We are diligently keeping an eye out for further details and will promptly provide more information as it becomes available.