The lineup features two devices – Honor 100 and Honor 100 Pro. Both of these are stylish and adopt bold color schemes.
At a glance, the Honor 100 appears very different from its predecessor Honor 90 and it is highly recognizable. Among the new changes, the rear camera module has a semicircular furnished dual-camera module. On the other hand, the Honor 100 Pro’s rear cam has an irregular elliptical shape.
The display Honor 100 comes with a flat-screen and punch-hole design. While the Honor 100 Pro features a curved edge screen with pill shape cutout on the top-center.
Meanwhile, the standard Honor 100 has a Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 with an octa-core design. One of its cores has high performance at 2.63GHz and three of the others run at 2.40GHz. There are four energy-efficient cores clocked at 1.80GHz.
The Pro version may see a different treat with a high-frequency Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 mobile platform. The series would also debut the 1.5K resolution Oasis eye-protection display with 3840 PWM eye-protection dimming.
The series would also equip 100W super-fast charging and a new 50MP camera system with SLR-like portrait camera capabilities. Aside from these few specifications, there might be more that is waiting for us from the Honor 100 series launch event tomorrow.