Last year the Honor 80 and Honor 80 Pro came to market sporting the 200 MP Samsung ISOCELL HP3 main camera sensor, only neither phone used it to the fullest, instead cutting it down to 160 MP for whatever reason. This information is coming from prolific and well-known Chinese leakster Digital Chat Station, who also claims that the next generation will rectify that misfortune.
Indeed, we have already heard that the Honor 90 and Honor 90 Pro would feature the exact same main camera hardware as their predecessors, but this time the full 200 MP will be used, Digital Chat Station now says.
The Honor 90 and Honor 90 Pro are going to become official on May 29, and are pictured above – Honor 90 on the left, Honor 90 Pro on the right. The Pro will allegedly be powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC, and it comes with a curved 1224p display and support for 90W fast charging. The Honor 90, on the other hand, only goes up to 66W.