Honor 50. – HONOR
MADRID, 17 Jun. (Portaltic/EP) –
The Chinese brand of ‘smartphones’ Honor has presented its new family of Honor 50 flagships, its first launch as an independent Huawei company after its recent sale, and has confirmed that it will make its arrival in the Spanish market and that it will return to include Google services for the first time since 2019, and other features like a 108MP rear camera.
The Honor 50 series has been presented at a brand event in China held this Wednesday, in which it has highlighted its image and video capabilities, through a quad rear camera located in a double circular module, a design aimed at young users, according to the brand in a statement.
The new family consists of two models, Honor 50 standard and Honor 50 Pro, but in both cases it includes a rear camera starring a 108MP main sensor, which is completed with a second 8MP ultra-wide lens, one 2MP macro, and fourth 2MP depth sensor.
The two variants differ in their front camera, since Honor 50 Pro is equipped with dual video cameras, with a 12MP 100-degree wide-angle lens and 18mm portrait focal length and 32MP portrait focal length preserves more image detail, while Honor 50 includes a single lens perforated on screen.
Also available are ‘AI Wide-Angle Smart Switching’ and ‘Super Night Mode’ functions for the dual front-facing video cameras, allowing even more options while the user is recording videos.
Video functions are complemented by up to three microphones for better sound reception, as well as the ability to use Bluetooth wireless headset microphones for remote wireless recording.
1,070 MILLION COLORS AND 100W LOAD
The Honor 50 series features a 6.57-inch screen curved at 75 degrees in the standard model and 6.72 inch for Honor 50 Pro, compatible in both cases with 1,070 million colors, and a 100% DCI-P3 color gamut and 439 PPI.
All devices in the series support a 120Hz refresh rate with intelligent dynamic refresh rate, while the touch sampling rate reaches the 300Hz. The panel also offers TÜV Rheinland EyeComfort Display 2.0 certification, providing a safe and comfortable viewing experience even in low light.
Another feature of the range is the ultra-fast charging of its battery, which adopts a single-cell dual-circuit design that achieves a fast charging of 66W on the Honor 50 and up to 100W on the Honor 50 Pro, which come equipped with a 4,300 mAh and 4,000 mAh battery, respectively.
Based on internal tests, the Honor 50 can charge up to 70 percent from scratch in 20 minutes, while the Honor 50 Pro can charge up to 90 percent in the same time.
Both Honor 50 models are equipped with the procesador Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 5G, and include features like GPU Turbo X, a unique graphics acceleration technology to create a smooth gaming experience.
Honor 50 Pro has an adapted design to ensure better heat dissipation than uses dual VC liquid cooling and high conductivity graphene technology thermal to improve heat dissipation efficiency and maintain a manageable temperature.
Its technical specifications are completed with the use of the Magic UI 4.2 system customization layer with multi-screen collaboration, as well as the support for dual 5G and Link Turbo, to find the best available network through AI mechanisms and even use both networks.
AVAILABILITY IN SPAIN AND GOOGLE SERVICES
Honor 50 will initially reach consumers in China for a price of 2,699 yuan (351 euros to change) for the standard edition and 3,699 yuan (481 euros) for the Honor 50 Pro model.
The Chinese company has also confirmed that later the series will make its arrival in other international markets, including countries such as Spain.
Honor 50 will be the first device to use Google mobile services again in more than two years, after the United States approved in mid-2019 its veto against Huawei and, later, the Chinese company sold this brand in November last year to Shenzhen Zhixin New Information Technology Co.
Honor itself has already confirmed that Honor 50 would be its first device to include Google services again.