HONOR Magic3 series release: SD 888+, 66W charging, and 64MP ultrawide camera, starts from ~RM4,464
After Xiaomi and Samsung took turns presenting their latest flagship smartphones, it's time for HONOR to shine with its latest Magic3 series. The Magic3 is the first premium flagship smartphone series from the brand after departing from HUAWEI. Let's check out the tech specs and features brought by the highly-anticipated Magic3, Magic3 Pro and Magic3 Pro Plus!
The vanilla Magic3 is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, while the Pro and Pro Plus variants use the latest Snapdragon 888+. On the front, they sport a 6.76-inch 1344p OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and curves around the sides of the device. Under the hood, all of them pack the same 4,600mAh battery with support for up to 66W wired fast-charging. The Pro and Pro Plus have also brought extra support for up to 50W wireless charging and reverse wireless charging.
Magic3 (left) and Magic3 Pro Plus (right).
Coming to the photography, it's probably the most exciting part of the Magic3 series. The standard Magic3 is equipped with a triple-camera system that includes a 50MP 1/1.56-inch main camera, a 13MP 1/1.31-inch ultrawide, and a 64MP monochrome camera. Meanwhile, the Magic3 Pro and Pro Plus add a 64MP telephoto camera with a 1/2-inch sensor, 3.5x optical zoom, and OIS. Last but not least, the Pro Plus also uses a larger 1/1.28-inches sensor in its 50MP main camera and increases the resolution of the ultrawide sensor to 64MP. If you can't keep count, both Pro and Pro Plus have a quad-camera system.
The HONOR Magic3 series will appear in China first and move to global markets in the near future. However, the pricing for the European market has already been announced. The Magic3 will start at €899 (~RM4,464), the Magic3 Pro at €1099 (~RM5,457), and the Magic3 Pro Plus at €1499 (~RM7,443). For the colour options, there will be Golden Hour, White, Black, Blue Hour vegan leather, Ceramic Black and Ceramic White depending on the variants. It's worth mentioning that the Magic3 series supports Google Mobile Services as well.
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