A new, unannounced Honor smartphone with model number GIA-AN00 has appeared in Geekbench’s database, and it is thought to be the Honor 60 SE. Because information on this handset is limited, the Geekbench listing is much appreciated.
MediaTek’s Dimensity 900 chipset powers the device, and at least one memory configuration will include 8GB of RAM. According to the specification sheet, the phone will come pre-installed with Android 12.
The alleged Honor 60 SE’s 3C certification revealed that it might support 66W fast charging. Unfortunately, there is no information on the smartphone’s other specifications. To refresh your memory, the Honor 60 is powered by the Snapdragon 778G chipset, whereas the Snapdragon 778G Plus SoC powers the Honor 60 Pro.
The Honor 60 SE case renders that surfaced a few weeks ago revealed that its display might have a centrally positioned punch-hole. It could have a triple camera unit on the back, similar to the iPhone. The case renders revealed the usual cutouts for the power button, volume controls, speaker grille, and a USB-C port. However, the images showed that it lacks a 3.5mm audio jack.
Aside from those basic specifications, the Geekbench result suggests that the Honor 60 SE, if that’s the marketing name, will be available in China soon and may make its global debut shortly after.