HONOR is set to launch the HONOR 60 series on December 1. Ahead of the event, the Geekbench results of a device under the model number HONOR TNA-AN00, believed to be the HONOR 60 Pro, surfaced.
The device scored 816 and 2971 in Geekbench’s Single-Core test and Multi-Core test, respectively. Additionally, the listing revealed that the HONOR 60 Pro is powered by an SM7325 chipset coupled with 12GB RAM and runs on Android 11.
What’s curious about the listing though is that the SM7325 is the shared model number of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G and 778G+. Because of this, it is believed that the HONOR 60 will have the 778G chipset, while the Pro variant will have the 778G+ processor at the helm. The latter is corroborated by the Geekbench listing with the prime core clocked beyond 2.5GHz.
The 60 Pro is also said to feature a FHD+ 120Hz curved display with a 50MP front camera and a 108MP main rear snapper. Moreover, it is reported to support 66W fast charging.
HONOR is set to launch its new series on December 1, thankfully. While this isn’t too far out, there could still be more reveals and leaks to come out.