In a notable development following Honor‘s successful launch of the Honor Play 8 in July, the company is now poised to make another significant impact with the introduction of the “Play 8T” series. Fresh insights from the Chinese TENAA information repository have unveiled the specifications for the forthcoming Honor Play 8T Pro, providing a comprehensive overview of its features.
Positioned as Honor‘s latest addition to the mid-tier device category, the 8T Pro boasts a 6.7-inch IPS LCD display, offering Full HD+ resolution and operating at a fluid 90Hz refresh rate, mirroring the specifications of its predecessor, the Honor Play 7T Pro. Delving deeper, we find an octa-core processor running at a clock speed of 2.4GHz.
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One of the standout features of the device is its diverse range of RAM and storage configurations, ranging from 6GB of RAM paired with 128GB of storage to an impressive 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage. This remarkable variation is somewhat unexpected for a device positioned as an entry-level offering.
Turning our attention to the camera setup, the Honor 8T Pro is equipped with a dual-camera system featuring a remarkable 108MP primary lens alongside a 2MP secondary lens. Additionally, for your video calls and selfie needs, an 8MP front-facing camera is at your disposal.
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The TENAA documentation reveals a substantial 4500mAh battery capacity, supported by 35W fast-charging technology. It’s worth noting that there is a slight departure from its predecessor, the 7T Pro, in terms of charging speed, as the 8T Pro, with its larger battery, offers slightly slower charging compared to the 7T Pro’s 4000mAh battery with 40W fast charging.
On the software front, the 8T Pro runs on Android 13, customized with the Magic OS 7.2 user interface overlay. Enthusiasts in the Chinese tech market can look forward to the release of this device later in the month.
Speculation within the tech industry suggests that the 8T Pro may represent a revamped version of a previous Honor handset, much like the resemblance between the Honor Play 7T Pro and the Honor X40i from July 2022. It is anticipated that the upcoming handset will continue this tradition. Further updates and details are expected, so stay tuned for more information.