According to GeekBench, Honor 60 will be powered by Snapdragon 778G

Honor will release the new Honor 60 series smartphones on December 1st next week. Ahead of its launch, the phone’s design has already been fully revealed in a series of official renders that were released across multiple e-commerce platforms earlier this week.

Now, more details regarding the Honor 60 and Honor 60 Pro devices have also surfaced thanks to their respective Geekbench listings, which pretty much confirmed that the duo will have a slightly updated Snapdragon 778G + chipset. In addition, the Honor 60 and 60 Pro will ship with up to 12GB of RAM and are expected to ship with Android 11 out of the box.

While most of the other specs remain largely hidden for now, it was rumored that the devices could come with an OLED panel that offers a smooth 120Hz refresh rate. As for the front of the image, the two devices also feature a 50MP front camera and a 108MP main camera for their rear cameras.

As with the Honor 50 series smartphones, the Honor 60 Pro may have faster charging speeds compared to the vanilla model. Aside from this, it remains to be seen what other differences are that set the two devices apart.

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