On the outside, the Magic 3 series share a analogous kind of aesthetic to fairly recent Huawei phones, but rather of running tackle that has been subject to US warrants, Honor’s new flagships profit from Snapdragon recycling smarts and gain access to Google’s apps and services.
All three Magic 3 family members rock the same6.76- inch, x OLED display with 120-Hz refresh rate and an 89- degree wind at the edges. The base model comes with a Snapdragon 888 SoC, 8 GB of RAM and either 128 GB or 256 GB of storehouse. The Pro model gains a Snapdragon 888 chip,8/12 GB of RAM and 256 GB or 512 GB of storehouse. And the Pro also benefits from an 888 but comes with 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storehouse.
All of the cameras have been treated to what Honor is calling the Eye of Muse design, with the setups varying slightly for each flavor. The megapixel count for the main camera of all three models is 50 MP, but the Pro has a larger image detector. And all phones comes with a 64-MP snap camera, and anultra-wide camera – 13 MP for the Magic 3 and the Pro, and 64 MP for the Pro.
The Pro and Pro also feature a 64-MP periscope blowup with optic image stabilization and 3x optic drone (and up to 100x digital drone). Videographers can look forward to over to 4K HDR recording capabilities.
Away, the Magic 3 series phones have IP68-rated water-and dust- resistance, which means that the bias will survive being submerged in1.5 m (5 ft) of water for over to 30 twinkles, and come with a-mAh battery that supports 66-W wired fast charging – with the Pro getting 50-W wireless charging too.