Honor held a huge two-day event in China yesterday where we saw the introduction of MagicOS 7.0 UI, while the big hardware announcements are left for today – among them three new phones. These three phones include Honor 80 Pro and Honor 80 with 160 megapixel main cameras, as well as Qualcomm chips and curved OLED displays, followed by Honor 80 SE as the most affordable product among these three devices, which has The main camera is 64 megapixels and the Dimensity 900 chip. In continuation to Introduction of these products We will pay a new one.
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Honor 80 Pro and Honor 80 are non-identical twin brothers
The star of the show is the Honor 80 Pro, which sports a 6.78-inch curved OLED display with a resolution of 2700 x 1224 pixels and a 120Hz refresh rate. Its 10-bit panel has a central pill-shaped cutout below the earpiece that houses a 50-megapixel selfie camera alongside a secondary 2-megapixel depth module.
Next to it, the Honor 80 has a slightly smaller 6.67-inch curved OLED screen with a resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels and the same 120 Hz refresh rate. A 32-megapixel selfie camera sits in the punch-hole cutout here.
The Honor 80 Pro has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip at its heart, albeit a slightly underclocked version, with a main Cortex-X2 core clocked at 3.0GHz (instead of 3.2GHz), while three Cortex-A710 cores Its Gold only clocks in at 2.5GHz, compared to other phones with an SD 8+ chip that clock in at 2.75GHz. The Honor 80 also uses the newly introduced Snapdragon 782G chip, which replaces the SD 778G+.
Same main cameras for Honor 80 Pro and Honor 80
Moving on to the cameras – both the Honor 80 Pro and Honor 80 use a 160-megapixel primary camera. It’s a 1/1.56-inch f/1.8 aperture sensor that does 16 in 1 with 0.75μm pixels. Honor also offers its revised image engine with improved scene optimization, skin texture detection and upgraded AI RAW algorithms. AI Vlog mode is also here to bring more advanced controls for content creators. Meanwhile, the Honor 80 Pro has a 50-megapixel ultra-wide module, while the third module behind it is a 2-megapixel depth assistant. The Honor 80 has a smaller 8MP ultrawide module and the same 2MP depth module on the back.
Both phones boot MagicOS 7 based on Android 12 and have 4,800mAh batteries with 66W wired fast charging. Honor 80 Pro and Honor 80 are available in black, green, blue and pink colors. The Honor 80 Pro starts at 3,499 yuan ($490) for the 8/256GB trim and goes up to 4,099 yuan ($573) for the 12/512GB version. On the flip side, the Honor 80 starts at 2,699 yuan ($377) for the 8/256GB trim, while the 12/512GB version costs 3,299 yuan ($460).
Honor 80 SE An economical choice
The Honor 80 SE starts at 2,399 yuan ($335), but still packs a 6.67-inch curved OLED display with FHD+ resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. It also has a 10-bit panel that supports 1920Hz PWM exposure and a 32-megapixel selfie camera housed in a punch-hole.
Here, however, there’s a 64-megapixel main camera alongside a 5-megapixel ultra-wide unit and a 2-megapixel macro camera on the back. Honor 80SE is equipped with MediaTek Dimensity 900 chipset and has a 4600mAh battery with 66W fast wired charging.
Honor 80 SE comes in black, crystal, blue and pink colors. Pre-orders in China start today, while the open sale is scheduled for December 9.
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