The Chinese 3C agency has certified several yet unreleased Honor phones for the local market. According to rumors, this is the new Honor 100 series. According to the 3C data, both the device with model code MAA-AN10 and MA-AN00 offer a charging speed of 100 watts.
That would be a significant improvement over the Honor 90, which fills its battery with a maximum output of up to 66 watts. The Honor 90 Pro, which is only available in China, charges a little faster at 90 watts, but does not reach the charging rates of the new series.
The 3C has certified both upcoming devices in the Honor 100 series with the Honor HN-200500C05 charger, which supports speeds of 10 watts (5V/2A), 66 watts (11V/6A) and 100 watts (20V/5A). The new entry also confirms 5G connectivity on both smartphones.
The Honor 100 series is likely to launch later this month with three variants – the base model, the Pro and the 100 GT. The entire series is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. The display offers a resolution of 1.5K, a refresh rate of 120 Hz and high-frequency dimming to protect the eyes.