Last month, Honor expanded its smartphone lineup with the introduction of the Honor 100 and Honor 100 Pro in China. These models are a testament to Honor's commitment to combining advanced photography and sleek design at an affordable price. The Honor 100 is powered by the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 chip, while the Pro variant steps up with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset.
Building on this momentum, Honor is now rumored to be gearing up to unveil two new additions to its GT series - the X50 GT and 90 GT. These smartphones are poised to be performance-oriented, boasting flagship-level chipsets while still catering to budget-conscious consumers. The X50 GT is expected to feature the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset, and the 90 GT is likely to be equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. This positions them as potential rivals to the Redmi K70e and Redmi K70, which have similar high-end chipsets.
Honor 90 GT and X50 GT set to challenge the market with high performance
Further excitement is brewing with a leak suggesting the possibility of an even higher-end model, the Honor 90 GT+. This variant could come with a staggering 24 GB of RAM. Both GT series models are anticipated to have competitive pricing, potentially undercutting rivals like the Redmi K70, known for its affordability.
Adding to the buzz, the Honor 90 GT recently made an appearance in the 3C certification database under the model number MAG-AN00. This listing revealed an intriguing feature - support for 100W charging, promising rapid power replenishment. However, other specifications of the Honor 90 GT are still shrouded in mystery.
The launch of the Honor X50 GT and Honor 90 GT is expected to happen in the last week of this year, marking a significant step for the brand in the high-performance, budget-friendly smartphone market.