This January Honor unveiled its first phone since becoming independent, then in June it announced the Honor 50 series, which marked the return of Google Mobile Services on its phones. The company is on a roll and is now unveiling the Honor 60 series.

In a way, history repeat itself – the 50-series was the first to use the Snapdragon 778G chipset, the 60-series now becomes the first with the updated version, the Snapdragon 778G+. This chip is still based on the 6 nm design of the original, but cranks up the clock speed of the Kryo 670 prime core to 2.5 GHz (up from 2.4 GHz) and the Adreno…

Source: Mobile Phones – GSMArena

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