Prices begin from £320 for the Honor 70 series
Honor has announced the launch of the Honor 70 series.
The former sub-brand of Huawei, revealed the new series today (May 30), with the device to go on sale in China next month.
Although no release date has been confirmed for the UK and markets outside of China as of yet. Prices for the range start at RMB 2,699 (£320).
The Honor 70 series introduces three new models, the Honor 70, 70 Pro and 70 Pro+.
Each phone features a triple-camera and symmetrical curved design, with the Honor 70 coming with a 6.67-inch display and the 70 Pro and 70 Pro+ with a slightly bigger 6.78-inch screen.
All three feature Honor’s Magic UI 6.1, which is based on Android 12 OS, while each model has a 50MP ultra-wide main camera.
However the Pro models boast an 8MP telephoto cam, plus three times optical and 30 times digital zoom.
Meanwhile a MediaTek Dimensity 9000 chipset powers the Honor Pro 70+, with the Pro running on a MediaTek Dimenisty 8000. The Honor 70 carries a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778 chipset.