The Honor 60 has a Snapdragon 778G + CPU and 12GB of RAM, according to GeekBench

The Honor 60 has a Snapdragon 778G + CPU and 12GB of RAM, according to GeekBench

Enter a last-minute visit to GeekBench, where a certain HONOR TNA-AN00 was recently spotted with a few consecutive benchmark runs. The listings themselves aren’t overly abundant as far as hardware info goes but do still offer a surprising amount of details, mostly reaffirming some earlier specs rumors.

The Honor 60 series will be unveiled in just a few days, on December 1st. We already have an official banner with a plethora of high-definition renderings and live photographs from pretty much every aspect, as well as a bevvy of high-definition renders and live photos from pretty much every angle. So, because the vanilla Honor 60 and the Honor 60 Pro appear to be almost identical in form and proportions this year, the specifications sheet remains a significant question mark.

Highlights

  • As far as other rumored Honor 60 specs go, we think that both the vanilla and Pro models will be rocking FHD+ OLED panels if similar if not identical size. One might be flat, while the other cured, though. Both of them will come with a 50MP selfie shooter, while the main cam will be 108MP. Some other specs that could be reserved for the Pro include a 120Hz refresh rate as well as 66W charging.

  • The Honor 60 and likely 60 Pro will both be running on a Qualcomm SM7325 chipset, which is the model number for the Snapdragon 778G and 778G+. Since the prime core in these GeekBench runs is reaching clocks above 2.5 GHz, it is safe to assume that we are looking at the 778G+ chip. It appears to be paired with 12GB of RAM, and the phone seems to be running Android 11.

These are just leaks, though, and we still have no clear idea as to what will actually set the vanilla and Pro models apart. Then again, December 1 is right around the corner.