Honor launches new series of Magic3 5G high-end smartphones

Honor is going its own way after parting ways with Huawei. It was Huawei's problems with the United States that prompted this separation, and Honor will thus be able to resume negotiations with companies in the country and, most importantly, it can again integrate Google services into its phones... at least for now. So, in this conquest for new markets, Honor has just presented its first line of high-end, in the post-Huawei era.

Honor's position is still an unknown. Although it has separated from Huawei and wants to go its own way independently, it too is still likely to be held back by imposing restrictions coming from the United States. In the meantime, the company is continuing on its path and today launched its first high-end devices after the separation from its parent company.

The Honor Magic3, Magic3 Pro and even a Pro+ version come with high-end processors, 120Hz refresh rate displays, cameras with "cinematic" recording capability and LOG format, 66W fast charging batteries and much more... let's get down to details.

Honor Magic3, Magic3 Pro and Magic3 Pro+

The new Honor Magic3 has the particularity of returning to the Google Mobile Services universe, at least for the international versions, with Android 11 and its own interface, the Magic UI 5.

The base model brings the Snapdragon 888 processor and the other two versions the latest Snapdragon 888+.

The screens are the same for all three versions. Specifically, they are 6.67″ with a resolution of 1344 x 2772 pixels with OLED technology. They have a refresh rate of 120Hz and HDR10+.

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