Honor 100 Series Uncovered
Excitement is building in the tech community as Honor gears up to unveil its new sub-flagship series, the Honor 100, on November 23. Weibo bloggers have given enthusiasts an early treat by releasing real-life photos of the Honor 100 and Honor 100 Pro along with benchmark scores.
The Honor 100 showcases a sleek rectangular camera module complemented by a circular design, reminiscent of the official posters. Available in three elegant colors—black, white, and purple—the device boasts a stylish and modern aesthetic.
On the other hand, the Honor 100 Pro takes a bold step with an irregular camera module design. This premium variant comes in four striking colors, featuring black and white glass back shells and a captivating double-spelling design in cyan and purple.
GeekBench Benchmark results provide a glimpse into the performance capabilities of these devices. The Honor 100, sporting the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Gen3 SoC, achieved a commendable score of 1139 in single-core and 3375 in multi-core.
Meanwhile, the Honor 100 Pro, powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen2 SoC, demonstrated even more robust performance, scoring 1962 in single-core and an impressive 5018 in multi-core.
As anticipation builds for the official launch, these leaks offer a tantalizing preview of what Honor has in store for its eagerly awaited 100 Series. With a blend of sleek design and powerful performance, these devices are poised to make a significant impact in the highly competitive smartphone market. Stay tuned for the official unveiling on November 23 to witness the Honor 100 Series in all its glory.