Honor has introduced a series of smartphones Honor 70. You can get acquainted with the base model in a separate article. This speech will focus on the more advanced Honor 70 Pro and Honor 70 Pro +. They are in many ways similar to each other, but use different processors from MediaTek.
The Honor 70 Pro+ model is based on the 4nm Dimensity 9000 chipset with one Arm Cortex-X2 core (frequency 3.05 GHz), three Arm Cortex-A710 (2850 MHz) and four Arm Cortex-A510 (1800 MHz). The processor is also equipped with a Mali-G710 MC10 graphics core and a new 5G modem with support for a frequency range below 6 GHz. The smartphone offers up to 12 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of permanent memory.
Honor 70 Pro + received a 6.78-inch OLED display with support for 10-bit color and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. The screen supports HDR Vivid technology developed by Huawei.
The main camera system is the same for all models of the Honor 70 series. The main sensor here is the latest Sony IMX800 with a resolution of 54 MP and a size of 1/1.49 inches. There’s also a 50-megapixel sensor with an ultra-wide-angle lens and an 8-megapixel sensor with a telephoto lens that provides 3x optical and 30x digital zoom. An optical stabilization system is also declared for this module. For processing photos and videos, including in HDR mode, the proprietary image processor Honor Image Engine is responsible. The front camera is represented by a 50-megapixel sensor with a viewing angle of 100 degrees.
Honor 70 series smartphones support vlog mode. It uses AI algorithms and a wide camera angle to keep the owner of the phone and the objects they shoot in the frame. By the way, it provides the ability to record video immediately from the rear and front cameras.
The Honor 70 Pro model differs from its older brother mainly in the chipset and price. Display, set of cameras, battery – everything is the same as the Pro + version. The Honor 70 Pro is based on the 5nm Dimensity 8000 chipset. It has four Cortex-A78 cores at 2750MHz and four Cortex-A55 cores at 2000MHz. In addition, it also includes the Mali-G610 MC6 graphics core.
An additional distinguishing feature of the Honor 70 Pro model is the option of a 512 GB version of the permanent memory, which, strangely, is not offered on the 70 Pro + variant. The Honor 70 Pro and 70 Pro + models are powered by 4500 mAh batteries. Both devices come with a 100W charger. Up to 60% of the device battery is charged in 15 minutes. A full charge takes 30 minutes.
The Honor 70 Pro starts at $555 for the 8GB RAM and 256GB storage model. The manufacturer estimated the version with 12 + 256 GB of memory at about $600, and the version with 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB of permanent memory cost about $660. Pre-orders for the novelty are already being accepted. Deliveries will start on June 10th.
Honor 70 Pro + in a configuration with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of permanent memory is estimated by the company at $645. A version with 12 GB of RAM and with the same amount of permanent memory received a price tag of $690. Pre-sales of the device have already begun. Deliveries will start on June 16th.