- The company has confirmed that the device will come with a 64-megapixel camera sensor.
- It will support 66W fast charging capability.
- The smartphone will be powered by the MediaTek processor.
Honor Play 5 is already confirmed to be official in the market of China on May 18 and now before the official announcement of the smartphone, the company reveals the information about the camera department. So without making any further delay let’s dive into the article to check out all the available information about the upcoming smartphone.
The company has shared a poster on the Chinese microblogging website and it reveals that the upcoming Honor Play 5 will feature a quad rear camera setup that will have a 64-megapixel primary sensor. Unfortunately, the company did not reveal the specification of the remaining camera sensors of the smartphone.
Apart from this, there is no other information available in today’s poster but the company has already confirmed that the upcoming Honor Play 5 will be available in gradient white along with gradient silver and black colour options. The company has also revealed that the upcoming smartphone will support 66W fast charging capability.
The upcoming smartphone is expected to have a waterdrop like notch on the top of the screen and it will offer a high refresh rate.
The upcoming smartphone is also expected to be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 800U processor and the smartphone will run on the latest version of the Android operating system that is Android 11.
So let’s wait for the official launch of the device and it is confirmed Honor Play 5 will be official in the market of China on May 18. We recommend you to stay tuned with us for the latest happenings from the technological world at your fingertips and don’t forget to share your thoughts about the upcoming smartphone in the comments section below.
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