Honor is adding one more device to the Honor 60 flagship. The new phone Honor 60 SE is launched in China. For the record, the lineup was launched a couple of months ago with two phones: Honor 60 and 60 Pro. Check out the new smartphone below.
As mentioned, the company has announced the Honor 60 SE in the home country. However, the entire specifications are still under wrap. The smartphone is likely to feature a Full HD+ display with a 120Hz refresh rate, as confirmed by Honor. You can get the device in two storage variants of 128 GB and 256 GB paired with 8 GB RAM.
In addition, the teased images depict a punch-hole cutout at the top-center that will house a 64 MP front cam. On the other side, Honor 60SE carries a 64 MP triple rear camera. The other lenses will stand at 8 MP ultra-wide-angle and a 2 MP tertiary sensor.
Moreover, as per the past leaks, the smartphone could run MediaTek Dimensity 9000 SoC under the helm. On the software front, the Android version will be tossed with Magic UI 5.0 on top. Also, Honor 60SE will support 66W fast charging. The battery capacity remains unknown though.
Price and Availability
The Honor 60 SE is already live for pre-orders in China. The smartphone will start shipping on February 18. From this day, you can get it from any channel. The device will cost 2,199 yuan ($345) for the base variant and goes up to 2,499 ($393) yuan for the upper model.