Full review coming soon, so stay tuned.
Honor Official: https://bit.ly/3R6JpZX
Honor 70 Specs:
6.67” FHD+ OLED / 120Hz
3D Curved Glass / 900nits /
CPU: Snapdragon 778G+ Octa-core 2.4Ghz (6nm)
GPU: Adreno 642L
8GB LPDDR5 RAM + 256GB (UFS 3.1)
Cameras: 54MP (IMX800) + 50MP U.Wide + 2MP Depth
Front Camera: 32MP
WIFI 6 / 5G / BT 5.3 / NFC
In-Display Fingerprint / Face Unlock
Android v12 / MagicUI 6.1
4800 mAh / 66W (60% Charge in 20 Mins)
7.91mm / 178g
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