Almost two weeks ago the Honor 50 line was finally launched on the global market with good specifications and full support for Google services, and apparently the former Huawei subsidiary is already preparing for the announcement of the new Honor 60 in China.
A new certificate reveals that three Honor smartphones are in development, being the number models ELZ-AN00, ANY-AN00 and TNA-AN00. According to rumors, the codes correspond to the futures Honor 60, Honor 60 Pro and Honor 60 SE.
Registration data still reveal details of the supposed final design of one of the models, displaying a camera module similar to the Honor 50, but even more different.
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Instead of two circular regions, the supposed Honor 60 appears with a circular glass plate and another square glass plate with rounded corners, both within an oblong-shaped protruding region that definitely doesn’t harmonize with the rest of the design.
A second image, now showing the front panel, shows a centered notch at the top of the screen, thin edges and 2.5D glass without extremely curved sides, a differential that should be unique to more expensive models.
Rumors suggest that the Honor 60 lineup could be introduced as early as December with a fast charging of at least 66 W and a fourth model could be released as Honor 60 Pro Plus.
Honor registers brands for folding smartphones
Meanwhile, new evidence points to Honor continuing to develop its foldable smartphones. According to the leaker Teme (@Rodent950), the manufacturer registered the brands Magic X, V, Flex, Wing and Fold, which will probably be dedicated to folding.
With this, we can expect the company to bet on formats similar to the most popular today, following the design of the Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Razr 2019 — whose cell phone folds in half to make it smaller — or in the Galaxy Z Fold 3, Mate X2 format and Mi Mix Fold — which opens in half to offer an even larger canvas.
More news about Honor’s folding and its plans for the next few months should come out very soon.