Earlier today a brand new and unannounced Honor device popped out of the blue on Chinese e-commerce site JD.com called the Honor Play 4 Pro. It appears to be an updated version of Honor Play 4T and Honor Play 4T Pro from March this year.
The Honor Play 4 Pro has an interesting design, with layers and shades of blue forming a rather unique pattern on the back. We get a glimpse at the device’s rear dual-camera setup, but perhaps the most interesting thing is the fade Kirin logo sitting in the centre.
The front of the device also feature dual cameras, with both of them fitting neatly in a hole-punch on the left. Sadly, there’s no 3.5mm headphone jack anywhere, though we’ve at least got a USB-C port. Over on the side of the device we’ve also got a fingerprint scanner with the power button.
Most of the specs haven’t been revealed despite the listing, but we do know some of the features the device will have. There’s a Kirin chipset with 5G and fast-charging. We can make an educated guess that the SoC is the Kirin 820 since it supports both these features.
We’re not sure what price point or audience the Honor Play 4 Pro is hoping to hit, though we’re sure Honor will make it more apparent with time. In the mean time, stay tuned here on Giztop.com for more news on all upcoming Honor devices.