The Snapdragon 778G chip didn’t flash exceptionally high on the benchmark, but in other areas the novelty is more interesting.
We’re a week away from the official unveiling of the Honor 50 Pro, but more details will be revealed before the show. Among other things, we have now become richer with an AnTuTu measurement: the Honor 50 Pro (RNA-AN00), which tested itself with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, scored 525,904 points in the latest benchmark version. Anyone who thinks it’s a bit anemic isn’t wrong, with the Snapdragon 778G chip, we obviously can’t expect the best performance in the mobile price range, in return the display and camera can flash big.
The display is expected to be not only AMOLED technology, but a panel capable of displaying 120 Hz at a size of around 6.8 inches, and in terms of camera, the Pro version will get a 108 megapixel main camera with f / 1.8 optics. From the current measurement, we also learned that UFS 2.X storage can be expected and the device will run on the main version of Android 11. Based on previous rumors about the Pro version With 100W wired charging we can wait.