The Honor 60 SE (GIA-AN00 model number) has appeared in the Geekbench benchmarking platform’s portal. As usual, the listing has revealed the key details of the device.
This handset was previously spotted at the 3C certification site last month. With 3C certification under the tow, it appears that the Honor 60 SE may go official soon after the Chinese New Year holidays that will last until February 10.
Honor 60 SE Geekbench Listing
Neither the 3C nor Geekbench listing of the GIA-AN00 has revealed the final marketing name of the device. However, a reliable tipster from China had claimed last month that the GIA-AN00 will debut as the Honor 60 SE.
The Geekbench listing shows that the purported Honor 60 SE is equipped with Dimensity 900 chipset, which tags along with the Mali-G68 MC4 GPU. The device is equipped with 8GB of RAM, and it boots to Android 12 OS. It scored 3314 and 8287 in the single-core and multi-core tests of Geekbench.
The 3C certification of the alleged Honor 60 SE had revealed that it may carry support for 66W fast charging. Unfortunately, there is no word on the other specs of the smartphone. To recall, the Honor 60 is powered by the Snapdragon 778G chipset, whereas the Honor 60 Pro features by the Snapdragon 778G Plus SoC.
The case renders of the Honor 60 SE that appeared a few weeks back revealed that its display may feature a centrally positioned punch-hole. It may come with an iPhone-like triple camera unit on the back. The case renders revealed usual cutouts for the power button, volume keys, speaker grille, and a USB-C port. However, the images showed that it does not feature a 3.5mm audio jack.
Rumors have it that Honor is working on another handset called the Honor X40i. The 60 SE and X40i are expected to launch in the coming weeks. The latter was spotted with a TFY-AN40 model number and 40W charger at the 3C certification site.
Featured image: Honor 60 SE case renders