Honor, a renowned player in the smartphone industry, recently confirmed the upcoming launch of the Honor X50 GT, set to be unveiled on January 4 in China. Ahead of its launch, the device has already been listed for reservations on the company's official online store. This listing not only includes the official renders of the phone but also reveals that it will be available in four different configurations. Meanwhile, the respected leaker Digital Chat Station has provided insights into the key specifications of the X50 GT, further heightening the anticipation for this new model.
The Honor X50 GT's appearance on the company's online store has sparked interest among tech enthusiasts. While the precise pricing will be disclosed at the launch event, it is speculated that the device will fall within the price range of 2,000 Yuan ($280) to 3,000 Yuan ($425). The listing itself, however, remains tight-lipped about the other specifications of the Honor X50 GT. In terms of aesthetics, it is expected to be available in two captivating color options: Magic Night Black and Silver Winged God of War.
First images and features of the Honor X50 GT
Turning to the specifications rumored by Digital Chat Station, the Honor X50 GT is expected to feature a 6.78-inch OLED panel, offering a 1.5K resolution and a smooth 120Hz refresh rate. Additionally, it is said to include an in-screen fingerprint sensor for enhanced security and will operate on Magic OS 7.2 based on Android 14.
Under the hood, the X50 GT is rumored to be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset, supported by a substantial 5,800mAh battery that might include 35W fast charging capabilities. For optimal performance, especially during high-demand tasks, the smartphone is said to be equipped with a 5100mm² VC cooling unit.
The camera setup of the Honor X50 GT is particularly intriguing. It's rumored to feature a dual-camera system on the rear, with a 108-megapixel primary camera boasting a 1.67-inch sensor and an f/1.75 aperture. Details about the secondary rear camera and the front camera, however, remain undisclosed.