Life after Huawei: Google-supported Honor 50 phone launched globally


Chinese tech brand Honor has announced that the Honor 50 – which was successfully launched in the Chinese market in June – is now launching worldwide, with a release date in early November. This is Honor’s first Western launch since its split from Huawei last year and is a big novelty, because in addition to being provided with Google mobile services, the phone has innovative vlogging capabilities, including the ability to record from the front and rear cameras at the same time, which certainly indicates that it will become a competitor in the best camera phones for video.

Honor 50 vlogging experience

Honor says the new 5G Honor 50 “takes the single-shot vlogging experience to the next level,” and the specs certainly match that claim. It is equipped with a 32MP front camera with 90o viewing angle, so users can take selfies and videos with more people and scenery in the frame. The quad rear camera setup comes with a 108 MP main camera, 8 MP wide-angle camera, 2 MP macro camera, and 2 MP depth camera, which allows for clarity and detail even in the dark. night.

Better yet, the Honor 50 gives users the ability to switch between cameras with six multi-video shooting modes that use the front and rear cameras at the same time. Essentially, it’s about offering creative possibilities, usually reserved for pro gear, in a mid-range smartphone. Users can also capture photos from videos, use predefined video story templates on all their footage, and apply beauty mode. Users’ vlogging experience will be made easier by the fact that the new phone allows wireless headsets connected via Bluetooth to be used as wireless microphones during video capture.

Dual ring camera design

Honor says the camera design pays homage to the classic dual-lens SLR camera – it’s a dual-ring camera made up of two concentric circles on the back. The Honor 50 has an ultra-thin bezel on the front and 2.5D polished glass edges on the top and bottom sides of the display. Interestingly, when the phone is tilted against the light from different angles, it shines and sparkles, which is a good clue towards its trendy target vlogging market.

Honor 50 specifications

The Honor 50 is equipped with Google mobile services and is the first smartphone from the former Huawei sub-brand to integrate Qualcomm’s SnapdragonTM 778G mobile platform. It comes with a 6.57 inch 75o curved OLED display that supports full high definition resolution of 2340×1080. Up to 120Hz screen refresh rate and 300Hz touch sampling rate, promises high screen response speeds to provide excellent video and game viewing experience with less lag. ‘Entrance.

Packing a 4,300mAh8 battery, the phone can easily withstand a full day of uninterrupted use and the included charger allows the battery to be powered up to 70% in just 20 minutes.

Color options include Frost Crystal, which the company says is “inspired by snow crystals and creates a dreamy diamond-like finish,” the honor code that features the company logo on the back cover. , as well as emerald green and midnight black.

Honor 50 price

The Honor 50 has a release date in early November and the company says the global launch will see the 5G phone released in more than 40 countries. The model with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage will cost € 529 (around $ 615) and the model with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage will cost € 599 (around $ 695).

We’re currently reviewing the Honor 50, so check back in the next few days to see how it performs in testing.

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