Honor 90 Pro Tipped With Specifications; Expect Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 Chip & 160MP Camera

Sohail Akhtar

Rumors are swirling about Honor's latest product, the much-anticipated Honor 90 series. According to various reports, the flagship lineup will debut in May, preceding China's famous 618 online shopping festival. Ahead of that, the Honor 90 Pro, the higher-end sib, has emerged on the web with leaked specifications.

As per the insider, Digital Chat Station, it seems that the Honor 90 Pro might maintain the core specifications of its predecessor, the Honor 80 Pro. Notably, the 80 Pro draws power from a Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset, and indications are strong that the same chip will end up in the impending Honor 90 Pro.

As for the leak status on Honor 90 Pro's screen, users can expect a 1.5K resolution and a reasonably high-frequency PWM dimming. Curved edges are imminent, with the phone's extensive 6.78-inch OLED display complemented by a 120Hz smooth refresh rate – all similar to the predecessor Honor 80 Pro.

Honor 90 Pro will boast extreme upgrades in photography. DCS claims that the phone's primary camera will likely utilize an SK5HP3 160MP sensor modified from Samsung's 200MP HP3  sensor. The status will take its imaging capabilities to the next level. It is going to be a brand new addition to the Honor price list.

In the Chinese market, Honor 90 series will compete with the Vivo S17 series and Oppo Reno 10 catalog, both of which plan to unveil in May, strategically slated to take advantage of the subsequent month's 618 shopping festival in the native land. 

Vivo and Oppo also have incoming handsets mounted with SD 8 Plus Gen 1 Chips. All three of these companies will turn up the heat in the market with their Pro handsets. The arrival of resembling Pro handsets from three major players will create a captivating spectacle for tech enthusiasts to behold.