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Honor is gearing up for an imminent launch scheduled for tomorrow, October 18, unveiling their latest offering, the Honor Play 8T. This eagerly anticipated smartphone promises impressive features, including a substantial 6,000 mAh battery for extended usage. The device is expected to offer a memory configuration of 12GB RAM and 256GB of storage, ensuring seamless performance and ample space for user data.

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Honor Play 8T Official Renders

On the photographic front, the Honor Play 8T is equipped with a 50MP primary camera and, as revealed in an official image, a front-facing camera discreetly nestled behind a punch-hole design. With such capabilities, the Honor Play 8T aims to capture the attention of smartphone enthusiasts with a combination of powerful specifications and innovative design.

Honor Play 8T launching on October 18 in China

Rumored specs
– 6.8-inch LCD FHD+ 90Hz display
– Dimensity 6020
– 12GB RAM, 256GB storage
– 6,000mAh, 35W charging
– Front: 8MP, Rear: 50MP + 2MP dual-cam
– Side-FS
– Android 13, MagicOS 7.2
– Could be rebranded Honor Play 50 Plus…

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Honor is following a consistent pattern with its latest releases. The newly unveiled Honor Play 8T, boasting remarkable features such as an 850 nits brightness display, shares identical specifications with its counterpart, the Honor Play 50 Plus. While both phones showcase distinct designs, internally, they house the same powerful hardware. However, the subtle differences might indicate divergent market strategies – one possibly targeted at online sales in China, while the other might be destined for brick-and-mortar stores.

This strategy isn’t new for Honor; their previous models, the Honor Play 7T and Honor Play 40 Plus, followed a similar approach. These devices were essentially the same internally, with minor distinctions like the chipset name, even if they were based on the same Dimensity product. This consistent strategy suggests Honor’s deliberate differentiation in branding and sales channels while maintaining uniformity in its hardware offerings.

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The Honor Play 8T, anticipated to be priced similarly to its predecessor, the Honor Play 50 Plus (CNY1,399 or less than $200), is set to be unveiled tomorrow. Exact pricing details will be disclosed during the event, promising a budget-friendly option for consumers seeking affordable yet feature-packed smartphones.


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