According to new certifications, it seems that Honor is preparing new smartphones for the global market. For those who don’t know, the smartphone company launched the Honor 100 series last year. Now Honor seems to be working on the updated version of the number series. The new certification comes from the UAE, suggesting an imminent launch of the Honor 200 Lite.

Last year’s Honor 100 series consisted of only two models: standard and Pro. This time, however, we might see not two, but three models, as the certification has been done for a new Lite version. Honor 200 Lite with model number LLY-NX1 has been certified by TRDA (Telecommunications and Digital Regulatory Authority) in United Arab Emirates.

The certification that was revealed by TheTechOutlook reveals nothing but the name and model number of the device. Hence, we have no information about the specifications of the device yet. Let’s check out what the previous series includes so we can get an idea of ​​what to expect from the Honor 200 range.

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Honor 100 series highlights

Honor 100

The Honor 100 series was aimed at the high-end smartphone market. The phones feature exceptional OLED displays with 1.5K resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, and high brightness. The phones also use high-end processors like the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 processor and the Pro powered by the flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC.

In the camera department, both phones feature a 50MP main OIS sensor with a 12MP ultra-wide shooter, while the Pro has an additional 32MP telephoto lens. Additionally, both phones have a 5,000mAh battery with 100W fast charging, while the Pro also features wireless charging.

However, the Honor 100 series includes two high-end smartphones. However, certifications for the Honor 200 series indicate that there will be a more affordable option. The Honor 100 series offers a combination of good performance and display. Therefore, we expect this to affect the upcoming sibling. However, the Lite version will retain some cost-cutting compromises. Hopefully we’ll see the device unveiled soon, as it’s usually not that long after certification. Stay tuned for new updates.

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Honor 200 Lite Certified in UAE, Hinting at an Imminent Launch