Information about the Honor 200 and Honor 200 Pro chipsets has surfaced.

Last week, the Honor 200 Lite was unveiled, marking the beginning of the 200 series. Soon, it will be accompanied by the Honor 200 and Honor 200 Pro, with leaked details emerging from China regarding their chipsets.

Reportedly, the Honor 200 will be powered by the Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 SoC, while the Honor 200 Pro will boast the flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen 3. Notably, these upcoming models are anticipated to feature significant redesigns, particularly noticeable in their rear camera setups.

Certification from 3C suggests that both the Honor 200 and Honor 200 Pro will support 100W fast wired charging. While an official announcement is expected this month, it remains uncertain where these devices will initially be available. While the Honor 200 Lite debuted in Europe, the 200 and 200 Pro might first hit the market in China.

Previous leaks hinted at impressive features, including a quad-curved OLED display with “1.5K” resolution for both models. Additionally, the Honor 200 Pro is rumored to sport dual selfie cameras housed in a pill-shaped cutout. On the rear, the primary camera is expected to offer variable aperture and optical image stabilization (OIS), alongside a telephoto lens.


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