Honor just introduced the Honor 80 Pro, along with numerous other smartphones, in China. According to recent rumours, the business is also developing on a less-down version of the 80 Pro with a lower display, lesser resolution, and a different camera arrangement. The rumours were correct, as the less expensive Honor 80 Pro is already available in China. The phone will only be available in stores. Let’s have a look at its specifications and cost.
The back of the smartphone appears very identical to the standard edition, however the same cannot be said for the front. It has a flat 6.67-inch AMOLED display with a reduced resolution of 2400x1080px. The panel has the same refresh rate of 120Hz. In contrast to the basic 80 Pro,
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It’s wonderful to know that the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor powers the new Honor 80 Pro. With the chipset, 12GB of RAM is possible. A 4,800mAh battery that enables 66W charging powers the smartphone. The Honor 80 Pro’s operating system is Android 12 with MagicOS 7 on top.
The new Honor 80 Pro with a flat display costs 3,599 Yuan ($526) for the 12/256GB variant, so let’s talk money. It comes in three colours: Pink, Green, and Black.