Huawei’s sub-brand Honor is ready to make its next launch on April 9th after the successful launch of Honor 9A last week. Apparently, Honor Play 4T and Play 4T Pro will be official on April 9th and we have a handful of confirmed specs that the company published recently on its official handle.
According to the Weibo post from Honor, both the Play 4T and Play 4T Pro will house a kirin 810 chipset under the hood along with a 48MP primary rear camera and a 4,000 mAh battery that will make it up across both the models. Why this is interesting is because we already have a specs sheet for both the devices thanks to a bunch of previous leaks and with a few details officially confirmed by Honor, this gives the leaks credibility to be true.
Based on what we know so far, Honor Play 4T will have a 6.39-inch HD+ IPS display with a punch-hole on the top-left corner. The device will have a dual 48+2MP sensor at the back on its left while the front is an 8MP snapper. Furthermore, the device will have a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and will have fast charging and if the rumors are to be believed, we are talking about 22.5W fast charging on both the models.
The Pro variant is likely to get a richer 6.3-inch OLED FHD+ panel with a water drop notch in the middle. It will have an in-display fingerprint scanner with a 16MP selfie shooter while the rear camera assembly will be a 48+8+2MP triple camera setup. The device is likely to arrive with 8+256GB and 6+125GB of internal storage and will be available in Green, Black, and Bluish Purple colorways once it makes it official on April 9.
There’s no word around the pricing for both the models but as per a credible website, both the devices will carry a price tag of Rs 15,999/- and Rs 17,999/- for Play 4T and 4T Pro respectively but this is tentative and could change so stick with us to get more intel on it.
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