Honor has a launch event scheduled for June 27, but as well as already knowing the specs, Amazon put up a comprehensive pre-order page detailing the price of the handset as well.
The phone in question is the Honor 9, which according to the product page on Amazon UK will set you back £379.99 (around $480, AU$630). The page has since been updated though, to read “currently unavailable” rather than pre-order with the pricing removed.
The Amazon page re-affirms the specs we already knew about the phone, with a headline feature of dual rear cameras in a 20MP + 12MP configuration along with a 5.15-inch full HD display, octa-core Kirin 960 chipset, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, a 3,200mAh battery, 8MP front camera, fingerprint scanner and a curved glass body.
The Honor 9 is set to replace the Honor 8, a well-rated, affordable smartphone that challenged the flagship elite by offering something close to high-end specs at a more approachable price tag.
We’re not too sure that all the Honor 9 specs on Amazon are 100% correct though, as the dimensions listed also don’t make sense – 0.74 cm x 7.09 cm x 1.15 m – so there’s definitely some inaccuracies in play. The actual size is 147.3 x 70.9 x 7.45mm.
TechRadar will be reporting live from the Honor event on June 27 in Berlin, to bring you all the latest on the potential arrival of the Honor 9 – plus anything else the firm may have up its sleeve.