The era in which the Honor brand has not launched any new phones in the global markets is coming to an end. New models in the Honor 50 and Honor Magic series are coming, and they will run processors from Qualcomm. The Chinese brand announced this in a press release, saying that it has entered into a strategic partnership with the chip manufacturer at the Qualcomm Tech Day Summit 2021.
From the start of this week, it is known that the Honor 50 series will be powered by a brand new processor Snapdragon 778G. Now the manufacturer has indirectly confirmed this in the phones Honor Magic, Which has always been the flagship, we find the Snapdragon 888. This follows from the statement that “This model will come with Qualcomm’s most premium chipset”.
Honor Magic se Snapdragonem 888
The new Honor Magic model will follow Honor Magic 2 from October 2018. Its core at the time was the most powerful Huawei Kirin 980 chip, which was manufactured using a 7nm process. Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 It will include the new Honor Magic alongside flagship phones such as Asus Zenfone 8, Xiaomi Mi 11, OnePlus 9 and Realme GT 5G. Devices using this chip achieve a score of over 700,000 points on the AnTuTu (Edition 8) standard.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 888
The Snapdragon 888 is manufactured using a 5nm process and, along with many other benefits, it gives the phones support for 5G mobile networks. The most powerful Kryo 680 Platinum (X1) core has a maximum clock frequency of 2.84 GHz, the other three powerful Kryo 680 Gold (A78) cores have a maximum 2.42 GHz, while four energy-efficient Kryo 680 Silver (A55) cores can operate at speeds of up to To 1.8 GHz.
Honor 50 with the new Snapdragon 778G
chip Snapdragon 778G It was introduced this week as a solution for upper middle-class phones. It is based on the Snapdragon 780G, which was introduced in March of this year, but it will offer slightly lower specifications for it. In addition to Honor, Realme, for example, wants to implement it on its phone.
Expected look of Honor 50 Source: Weibo
The advantages of this chip include first and foremost Support 5G mobile networks. In terms of further connectivity, owners of future phones based on this solution can look forward to, for example, a Bluetooth 5.2 or Wi-Fi version 6. The alleged version of the Honor 50 has been leaked to the public in recent weeks, but Honor itself is still hiding the appearance of its devices. Newly prepared. But almost certainly all the news will work on Android and support Google services.