6 June: Get ready for groundbreaking 4D gaming experience with Honor Play

6 June: Get ready for groundbreaking 4D gaming experience with Honor Play

6 June , Wednesday has been scheduled by Honor  to unveil its new Honor Play smartphone about which the company did not disclosed much except the pervasive AI logo within the phone.

We have also went through some reports declaring a “groundbreaking 4D gaming experience” based on AI with the Honor Play. However  it’s unclear what that “groundbreaking 4D gaming experience” means exactly.

The AI is calso being said to be in charge of the camera, similar to what the company brought on its Honor 10, which in turn give us an idea that this device from could be from TENAA ( known only as LLD) AL30 for now.

The Honor Play has a 5.84” screen with 1,080 x 2,280 Pixel resolution and although it isn’t any thinner or lighter.

The upcoming phobe has a smaller 2,900 mAh battery.

According to the known specs abd features, the phone will be a lower-cost alternative to the Honor 10.

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The most interesting thing to talk about in Honor Play is its camera. It will be featured with the rear dual camera a 13 MP + 2 MP setup, while the selfie camera comes with a 16 MP sensor.

Memory situation is also worth talking thing feature and the upcoming Honor Play will be featured with 4 GB of RAM and either 32 GB or 128 GB of storage. There is no mention of 64 GB model, but there are talks about a microSD slot.

The upcoming Honor Play may end up being a different device from this LLD-AL30 model. The phobe really depends on whether the “groundbreaking” experience is true innovation or just a trick to enhance  marketing.

However, we always need your suggestions, comments and opinions about the stories conveyed through this blog, and “groundbreaking experience ” is a worth talking point below in the comments session so we are waiting for your comments in this regard.

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