It's the season of announcements for Honor. After its Honor 10 Lite and Honor View 20, the Chinese brand is about to officially unveil its new entry-level smartphone, the Honor 8A.
Honor 7A for illustration
Last month, Honor officially presented in China her Honor View 20. This followed the presentation of Honor 10 Lite, her latest mid-range smartphone. But Huawei's brand does not seem to stop there. Honor will indeed reveal the week its new entry-level smartphone.
The Chinese brand has indeed shared on the social network Weibo a poster unveiled some information about its future smartphone, including the date of marketing. The device will be on sale in China from January 8th on the e-commerce site of Huawei and Honor, Vmall.
A 6.09-inch screen with 64 GB of RAM and an 8-core processor?
In addition, the poster reveals some information about the device. We can discover the number of 6.09, which is certainly the diagonal in inches of the screen. It can also read 64 GB, probably referring to the storage of Honor 8A. The number 8 next to an electrical panel seems to indicate that the smartphone will be powered by an octocore processor, without one knowing the nature. Finally, the poster features a teardrop notch on the screen, as does Honor's accompanying publication on Weibo.
The Chinese brand also mentions "three new products", which can refer to three possible variations of the smartphone. We will know more about the Honor 8A during its official announcement in China next Tuesday. As often with Honor, it will probably wait a few weeks before learning more about a possible French release.