This time the Honor X50i+ emerges with a design leak

Developed by the Chinese tech company Honor, the X50i+ model now makes an appearance through a design leak.

This time the Honor X50i+ emerges with a design leak

Honor is continuing its pursuit of innovation with a yet-to-be-confirmed smartphone, the Honor X50i+. A leaked poster on Weibo has stirred excitement, showcasing the X50i+'s distinctive design which features a dual-camera setup on a unique rear camera module along with an LED flash. The device flaunts flat edges and is anticipated to be available in blue and pink color options. Details regarding the front design remain a mystery, as it hasn't been disclosed whether the phone will sport a punch-hole display or a waterdrop-notch screen. Indications of a side-mounted fingerprint scanner were also noted in the visual materials.

Rumors surrounding the specifications of the Honor X50i+ suggest it might be the model LLY-AN00, which recently received approval from Chinese regulatory bodies such as 3C and TENAA. The leaks propose a 6.7-inch LCD FHD+ display for the device, boasting a resolution of 2412 x 1080 pixels, and a high refresh rate could be a feature. Under the hood, the X50i+ is expected to house a 2.4GHz chip capable of 5G connectivity.

 This time the Honor X50i+ emerges with a design leak

In terms of memory and storage, potential users can look forward to a range of RAM options including 6 GB, 8 GB, 12 GB, and a capacious 16 GB. Storage variants could range from 128 GB to a whopping 1 TB, although the device will not support external storage expansion.

The battery capacity is speculated to be 4,500mAh, complemented by 35W charging capabilities. For photography enthusiasts, the Honor X50i+ is rumored to feature an 8-megapixel front camera and a potent rear camera setup that includes a 108-megapixel primary sensor paired with a 2-megapixel secondary sensor.

Anticipation is high as the Honor X50i+ is rumored to be available for pre-order soon, with an expected official reveal aligning closely with China’s Double Eleven shopping festival on November 11, signaling a strategic move by Honor to capitalize on the shopping extravaganza.