Although in the last few weeks it has started to release some wearable devices in Europe, such as the Honor Band 6 bracelet and the Honor Earbuds 2 Lite true wireless earbuds, the official return of Honor to the international market after its separation. from Huawei was scheduled for today, August 12. . . . The first came from the hand of the Honor Magic3 series, which succeeds the Honor Magic 2 that we encountered in 2018.

On this occasion, the new family consists of several models; Let’s see all the features of the Honor Magic3 and Honor Magic3 Pro, which, as expected, arrive with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888+ on board and a camera with a hybrid zoom which, in the case of the Pro variant, reaches 100x magnification. . .

Technical data of Honor Magic3 and Magic3 Pro

HONORING MAGIC3

HONOR MAGIC3 PRO

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6.7 inch OLED
Resolution: 2772 x 1344 pixels
Refresh rate: 120 Hz

6.7 inch OLED
Resolution: 2772 x 1344 pixels
Refresh rate: 120 Hz

Processor

Snapdragon 888+

Snapdragon 888+

RAM

To determine

To determine

Storage

To determine

To determine

Rear camera

Main: 50 MP f / 1.9
Wide angle: 13 MP f / 2.2
Monochrome: 64MP f / 1.8

Main: 50 MP f / 1.9
Wide angle: 13 MP f / 2.2
Monochrome: 64MP f / 1.8
Telephoto: 64 MP f / 3.5, OIS
8×8 dToF

Front camera

Wide angle 100º
3D depth sensor

Wide angle 100º
3D depth sensor

Drums

4,600 mAh + Fast charge 66W + Fast wireless charge 50W

4,600 mAh + Fast charge 66W + Fast wireless charge 50W

Operating system

Android 11

Android 11

Connectivity

5G Sub6, WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, USB-C

5G Sub6, WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, USB-C

Others

Improved IMAX
IP68
Two stereo speakers
DTS-X sound

Improved IMAX
IP68
Two stereo speakers
DTS-X sound

Dimensions and weight

To determine

To determine

Price

To determine

To determine

Qualcomm’s most powerful curved display

The first thing that stands out from the Honor Magic3 and Magic3 Pro is its 6.7-inch Flex OLED display with a resolution of 2772 x 1344 pixels and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. This panel supports HDR10 + and DCI -P3, it has a curvature of 89 degrees. on the sides and has an elongated perforation to house the dual front camera.

Inside both phones, as the brand itself had already confirmed, is the latest Qualcomm processor, the Snapdragon 888+ with support for 5G and WiFi 6. In addition, using technology with graphene, Honor claims to have succeeded in reducing the heating of the Terminal.

To power, they have a 4600mAh battery compatible with 66W fast charging and 50W wireless fast charging. In addition, they are IP68 certified for water resistance and resistance. dust.

The main difference between the two models is the photographic equipment. The Honor Magic3 has a 50 MP f / 1.9 main sensor (the Sony IMX766), a 64 MP f / 1.8 monochrome sensor and a 13 MP f / 2.2 wide angle, in addition to the laser focus.

The Pro variant, on the other hand, shares these three sensors, but adds a 64 MP f / 3.5 telephoto lens with optical stabilizer and an 8×8 dToF sensor. As for the front camera, both have a main sensor with a 100-degree field of view and a 3D depth sensor that performs facial recognition tasks.

Continuing with the multimedia section, the new models in the Honor Magic3 series feature IMAX Enhanced certification, dual stereo speakers and DTS-X sound.

Prices and versions of the Honor Magic3 and Magic3 Pro

For now, Honor has confirmed that its new phones will be available in several shades:

Honor Magic3: blue, gold, white and black.

Honor Magic3 Pro: gold, white and black.

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