HONOR has just unveiled the Magic3 series, the third and final member of the series is the HONOR Magic3 Pro+. The Magic3 Pro+, if you haven’t guessed, is the top of the company’s new flagship series.
The Pro+ has a 6.67-inch Flex OLED panel with a 120Hz refresh rate and 89° curvatures on the sides. The panel also supports HDR10+ and is protected by Nano Crystal Shield which is said to be three times tougher than typical protective panels. It shares the same 13MP front camera accompanied by an FoV camera.
Around the back is where it has big upgrades from its Magic3 siblings. It features a 50MP Sony IMX700 sensor with a 1/1.28-inch sensor. This sits behind a 23mm f/1.9 lens and supports Full Pixel Octa PD AutoFocus. The main sensor is joined by an ultrawide 1/2-inch 64MP sensor with an f/2.4 aperture. These are accompanied by the same 64MP monochrome sensor and a 64MP telephoto lens as the Magic3 Pro. Lastly, the fifth camera is an 8×8 dToF for better portrait shots.
The back panel is made from Nano Ceramic that is said to be really durable.
The rest of the specs is pretty much the same as the Magic3 Pro like IP68 rating, Snapdragon 888+ chipset, IMAX Enhanced video, and 66W SuperCharge tech for the 4600mAh battery.
Because the device is first launching in China, it is uncertain if it has Google Mobile Services but it runs on Android 11 with Magic UI 5 on top.
The HONOR Magic3 Pro+ comes in either Ceramic Black or Ceramic White colorways. The sole 12/512GB memory configuration is available for EUR 1,499. It is expected to be announced for the global market but no date has been announced.