Honor 70 Pro and Honor 70 Pro + are almost identical, except for the single-chip systems used and the screen resolution. The first is equipped with a Dimensity 8000 chip and FHD + resolution, and the second is equipped with a Dimensity 9000 and QHD + resolution with LTPO technology.
Honor 70 Pro and Honor 70 Pro+ feature a 6.78-inch 10-bit BOE OLED display with 120Hz refresh rate, built-in fingerprint scanner, curved corners. A 50-megapixel front camera is embedded in the screen.
Both devices received a main camera with a 54MP Sony IMX800 main sensor with a 1/1.49-inch optical format, a 50MP ultra-wide angle lens and an 8MP telephoto lens that provides 3x optical zoom. For processing photos and videos, including in HDR mode, the proprietary image processor Honor Image Engine is responsible.
Controls Android 12 OS devices with Magic UI 6.1 interface. The battery capacity is not named. The charging power reaches 100W. In half an hour, the battery is charged by half.
The cost of Honor 70 Pro with 8/256 GB of memory is $555, with 12/256 GB of memory – $600, with 12/512 GB of memory – $660. As for the Honor 70 Pro +, it is priced at $645 with 8/256 GB of memory, and $690 with 12/256 GB of memory.