Honor X50i+ to be pre-sold on November 10

Honor X50i+ mobile phone has recently appeared on the e-commerce platform. It will be available for pre-sale at 10:08 on November 10, and will be sold for the first time at 10:08 on November 17.

As can be seen from the official poster, the lens module of this new phone adopts a rounded edge shape, and is equipped with dual rear cameras and flash. The body is available in pink and blue colors , and the frame is a popular flat design. The overall machine has good recognition.

According to blogger @perfect arrangement digital, this new phone is code-named LLY-AN00 and is equipped with a 2.4GHz processor (we at NaijaTechNews noted that: model unknown). It does not support memory cards. It has a built-in 4500mAh battery and supports 35W charging. Body weight is only 166g. Judging from the battery selection and overall weight, the machine is expected to be thin and light.

In addition, the front of the machine is equipped with a 6.7-inch LCD display with a resolution of 2412*1080, and the refresh rate and sampling rate are unknown. The new phone has dual rear cameras of 108MP+2MP and a front 8MP lens, and uses side fingerprint unlocking.

For reference, the starting price of the Honor X50i mobile phone launched in April this year is $205 (8GB+256GB). The phone is equipped with Dimensity 6020 processor, equipped with a 6.7-inch LCD display, built-in 4500mAh (typical value) battery, and supports 35W Charging, rear 100-megapixel high-definition main camera (f/1.9 aperture) + 2-megapixel photosensitive depth-of-field camera (f/2.4 aperture).

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