Honor announced its newest recent Android phone, the cheaper version of the Honor 80 Pro is now available for purchase. This is an offline-only option for the Chinese customers. It looks very similar to the recently launched Honor 80 Pro, but with few exceptions.
The biggest change here is the flat display, while carrying the same design cues from the 80 Pro, including its camera design on the back side, but a downgraded 8MP ultrawide fixed focus camera instead of the 50MP autofocusing camera. In short, it uses a 160MP main camera (f/1.8 aperture), 8MP (f/2.2 aperture) sensor, and a 2MP (f/2.4 aperture) camera. Around the front, the flat screen version has got a 32MP shooter for selfies and video calls. Check out the differences below.
Honor 80 Pro with Flat Screen
- 6.67-inch 2400 x 1080 OLED center punch-hole flexible straight screen
- 32MP front camera
- Rear 160MP main camera + 8MP ultra-wide-angle + 2MP macro triple camera.
Honor 80 Pro with Curved Screen
- 6.78-inch OLED curved screen with 2700 × 1224px resolution
- 50MP + 2MP dual front camera
- Rear 160MP main camera + 50MP ultra-wide-angle macro + 2MP depth-of-field triple camera
There’s still a 6.67-inch AMOLED display panel that refreshes at 120Hz with lower 2400x1080px resolution with 10-bit colour depth, and 1920Hz PWM dimming. It is built with plastic frame packing in a 7.9mm sized body.
Under the hood, you will get a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, which supports AI Vlog video master and smart recognition functions for 6 major scenes. The chipset is paired up with 12GB RAM and 256 GB of storage. For fuelling the device, it ships with a 4,800 battery with 66W charging speeds support, and it boots Android 12 Os with MagicOS 7 UI on top of it.
The Honor 80 Pro with flat screen is priced at CNY 3,599, and available in Black, Green, and Pink colors through offline stores only.