Honor’s next big flagship phone is now confirmed to be announced by the end of June.
Honor’s parent company, Huawei, has confirmed the Honor 9 will be launching on June 12 at an event taking place in Shanghai.
However, there’s currently no confirmation of whether the phone will also be launching in the US, UK and Australia.
Where will it land?
Twitter leaker Roland Quandt previously reported the Honor 9 would be launching on June 27 at an event in Berlin, but Huawei has yet to confirm that event will take place.
Honor having a flagship launch on June 27th. Will this be about the Honor ‘9’? pic.twitter.com/PLPBL4jpmmMay 15, 2017
So far leaks have suggested the Honor 9 will come with a 5.15-inch display with a Full HD resolution as well as the Kirin 960 chipset we saw first in the Huawei P10.
Some reports are claiming the Honor 9 may also drop the 3.5mm headphone jack so you may only be able to use wired headsets through the USB-C port or Bluetooth headphones to listen to music.
Via GSMArena and Playfuldroid