The return of Honor with the top-of-the-range Magic 3 family

The return of Honor with the top-of-the-range Magic 3 family

Three models ready to reap the full legacy of Huawei, with massive hardware, high-performance cameras and prices that are no longer so popular

(Photo: Honor) The Honor presentation has lifted the veils from the new Magic 3, Magic 3 smartphones Pro and Magic 3 Pro Plus, ready to reap the full legacy of Huawei outside of China. With powerful hardware embellished with a refined design, Google services and a latest generation photographic system, the now independent brand aims to enter a top-of-the-range segment with prices that are far from the popular ones of the debut. With more than positive shipments in the last commercial quarter, + 86%, Honor has chosen the Magic 3 family to return to boarding after the well-known vicissitudes that began with the ban of the Trump administration.

The CEO George Zhao pointed out that the Magic 3 focuses on premium technology and cutting-edge design a, and one can only agree by looking at photos and delving into the list of technical specifications. The three models are almost identical in size (74.9 x 162.8 x 8.99 / 9 mm), given that the 6.7-inch OLED display with 2772 x 1344 pixel resolution and 89 degree curvature on the edges, protected by a solid glass, is identical. and a water and dust resistant shell. Characteristic is the rear camera housing housed in a concave circular element pompously nicknamed "The eye of the Muse", the eye of the Muse.

(Photo: Honor) The biggest differences in hardware are precisely in the optics. The standard model relies on three eyes: a main 50 megapixel (aperture f / 1.9), a monochromatic 64 megapixel (f / 1.8) and an ultra-wide angle with 120 degrees and 13 megapixels (f / 2.2) . Magic 3 Pro also adds a 64-megapixel tele with stabilized 3.5x optical zoom (f / 3.5), while the Magic 3 Pro Plus, which has a black or white ceramic body, brings the ultra-wide angle to 64 megapixels.

For the rest, one finds a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chip on the standard and Qualcomm Snapdragon 888+ on the two Pros, which are also the only ones that come with 12GB of ram and 512GB of internal storage, while the battery is always 4,600 mAh with fast charging both via cable (66 watts) and without (50 watts) and reverse charging on the Pros, which can also count on a special Apple FaceId type sensor for biometric unlocking next to the selfie camera. 13 megapixels. The picture is completed by the Magic UI 5.0 interface based on Android 11, 5G, two speakers and three microphones.

(Photo: Honor) All very interesting and intriguing, but the sore point comes to reading the prices international: Honor Magic 3 starts at 899 euros, Honor Magic 3 Pro from 1099 euros and Honor Magic 3 Pro Plus from 1499 euros. The release in Italy and around the world should coincide with autumn / winter. A clear change of course for Honor, which from a young and young brand, with affordable costs, now aligns itself with its rivals. Will it work? The next financial data will give us the answers.

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