characteristics, data sheet and price




True to its appointment with the media in its country, Honor has unveiled its next generation of super mid-range phones, the Honor 50 that arrive already disconnected from the Huawei ecosystem in many respects although it still has the Magic UI layer developed from EMUI for China. But Honor already flies alone and that means that, when they are international, these Honor 50 can have Google services on their Android.



Because we are talking about two new phones, The Honor 50 5G and Honor 50 Pro 5G, two phones powered by the Snapdragon 778G and landing with OLED panels and ultra-fast charges for their batteries. Especially that of the Honor 50 Pro 5G, of course, because there are differences on the normal model to place it a step above it.






Honor 50 5G and Honor 50 Pro 5G datasheet

































































Honor 50 5G

Honor 50 Pro 5G

Screen

6.57-inch OLED
Ratio 20: 9
FullHD + at 2,400 x 1,080
120Hz refreshment
Curved panel

6.72 inch OLED
Ratio 20: l9
FullHD + at 2,400 x 1,080
120Hz refreshment
Curved panel

Processor

Snapdragon 778G

Snapdragon 778G

Versions

8GB / 128GB
8GB / 256GB
12GB / 256GB

8GB / 256GB
12GB / 256GB

Rear cameras

Main: 108 megapixels f / 1.9
Angular: 8 megapixels f / 2.2
Depth: 2 megapixels
Macro: 2 megapixels

Main: 108 megapixels f / 1.9
Angular: 8 megapixels f / 2.2
Depth: 2 megapixels
Macro: 2 megapixels

Frontal camera

Main: 32 megapixels

Main: 32 megapixels
Angular: 12 megapixels

Drums

4,300 mAh
100W fast charge

4,000 mAh
100W fast charge

System

Android 11
Magic UI 4.2

Android 11
Magic UI 4.2

Connectivity

5G
WiFi 6
Bluetooth 5.2
Gps
USB type C


5G
WiFi 6
Bluetooth 5.2
Gps
USB type C

Dimensions and weight

159.96 × 73.76 × 7.78 mm
175 grams

163.46 × 74.66 × 8.05 mm
187 grams

Others

Fingerprint reader under the screen

Fingerprint reader under the screen

Price

From 348 euros to change

From 477 euros to change



Two new super mid-ranges with similarities and differences



We have in hand, from the outset, two new phones signed by Honor that recover Google services. So your Android 11, although it arrives covered by Magic UI 4.0, they are fully available to access Google services, so we assume that they will have Google Play and the rest of the team as soon as they decide to leave China, something that is not confirmed at the moment but is expected in the coming weeks.



The two phones share a heart, one made up of the Snapdragon 778G 5G from Qualcomm that grants, among other things, the 5G connectivity that its own name indicates. We will also have WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.2, GPS and a USB type C port for charging and file transfer. The two phones will hide the fingerprint reader behind a screen that, by the way, it is time to mention.



Here we have the first differences between the two because although the two phones carry a OLED panel with curved sides with 20: 9 ratio and FullHD + resolution (2,400 x 1,080 pixels) and 120Hz refresh, there is variation in the diagonals. We have 6.57 inches for the Honor 50 and 6.72 inches for the Honor 50 Pro. There is also a tie on the rear cameras with 108 megapixels f / 1.9, an 8 megapixel f / 2.2 super wide angle and two cameras (macro and depth) of 2 megapixels each.



On the front, however, there is a single camera for the Honor 50 (32 megapixels) and a double camera for the Honor 50 Pro (32 and 12 megapixels with a super wide angle lens for the second). There are also differences for batteries and not in capacity as in charging. The Honor 50 carries 4,300 mAh with fast charging of 100W and the Honor 50 Pro carries 4,000 mAh with fast charging, again, 100W.



Versions and prices of the Honor 50 5G and Honor 50 Pro 5G



The Honor 50 and Honor 50 Pro



  • Honor 50 with 8GB / 128GB: 2,699 yuan, 348 euros to change

  • Honor 50 with 8GB / 256GB: 2,999 yuan, 386 euros to change

  • Honor 50 with 12GB / 256GB: 3,399 yuan, 438 euros to change

  • Honor 50 Pro with 8GB / 256GB: 3,699 yuan, 477 euros to change

  • Honor 50 Pro with 12GB / 256GB: 3,999 yuan, 515 euros to change