Back in April, Honor launched the latest Play-series phones – Honor Play 4T and 4T Pro. These devices come packed with some good specs but soon the company will add a new device to this lineup with some powerful configuration.
According to the DigitalChatStation from Weibo, Honor will soon introduce a new Play device – Honor Play 4 Pro. It features a 40MP AI dual camera, pill type hole-punch display design, two selfie camera, side fingerprint, and powered by the latest 7nm Kirin 820 5G chipset.
To be noted that the 40MP main camera includes the Sony IMX600Y image sensor that inherits RYYB color mapping, allowing 40% more light intake to capture brighter images. Also, it comes with a battery capacity that can recharge with a whopping 40W SuperCharge.
Aside from its specs, Honor Play 4 Pro design looks so interesting and gives it a look of a gaming phone featuring the blue color and portable console like textures. Also, the phone’s back includes “Kirin” branding in the center, which may be some sort of new tech-related to its chipset.
Specs-wise the phone looks pretty powerful and one more thing that you should know about that it’ll be cheap for sure. But currently, there’s no information available regarding the launch of this phone. However, it’s likely to enter soon in the Chinese market.
We’ll keep you posted.