Honor has just officially launched its flagship mid-range smartphone called Honor 100 Pro with many high-end hardware features and quite an attractive price.
According to Gadget Tendency, in its statement, Honor said the Honor 100 Pro offers DSLR-level photography capabilities. The company even demonstrated photos taken with the product’s main camera to compare with those taken with the iPhone 15 camera.
Honor 100 Pro became the first smartphone in the world equipped with a Sony IMX906 1/1.56 inch main sensor with 100 MP resolution and quite large 2-micron pixel size. Combined, there is also a 32 MP sensor and telephoto lens for super zoom photography needs. Both support combined image stabilization (optical and digital). Finally, the third module comes with a 12 MP sensor with a 112-degree ultra-wide-angle lens that supports autofocus. This module suits macro photography because the minimum focusing distance is only 2.5 cm.
On the front, Honor 100 Pro is equipped with a 50 MP Sony IMX816 sensor that supports autofocus and F/2.0 aperture. Besides, there is also a 2 MP sensor used to analyze the depth of the scene.
Honor 100 Pro has a 6.78-inch OLED screen with 1.5K resolution a refresh rate of 120 Hz and a pulse width adjustment frequency of 3,840 Hz to ensure no flicker. Inside the phone is the power from Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, up to 16 GB RAM, and up to 1 TB internal memory.
The 5,000 mAh battery offers 100W fast charging and 66W wireless charging. Other features of the product include loud stereo speakers, an NFC chip, and a C1 chip that determines the best cell tower to connect to and when there is a Wi-Fi connection, the phone can switch Easily switch between networks.
Honor 100 Pro runs MagicOS 7.2, offering 4 color options Black, White, Blue, and T The following two colors have neat designs with faux leather sides. The phone’s starting price is 480 USD for the 12/256 GB configuration and up to 620 USD for the 16 GB/1 TB configuration.