Honor Magic3 Pro+ with Giant Camera Module, Snapdragon 888+ SoC Launched: Price, Specifications

Honor Magic3 Pro+ launched - Price, Specifications

Honor Magic3 series marks the return of the company’s flagship phones on a global scale. The Magic3 Pro+ is the top-end model in the lineup which was launched alongside Magic3 and Magic3 Pro. The Magic 3 Pro+ is highlighted by a premium design, top-end specs, and a giant camera module on the back. Let’s take a deep dive into the Honor Magic3 Pro+ price and specifications.

Honor Magic3 Pro+ price

The Honor Magic3 Pro+ price has been set at CNY 7,999 (roughly Rs 91,700) for the Chinese market. Globally, the device costs €1499 (roughly Rs 1,30,700). The Magic3 Pro+ comes in Ceramic Black or Ceramic White color options.

Honor Magic3 Pro+ specifications

Honor Magic3 series event

The device has a 6.76-inch FullHD+ OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and HDR10+ support. The panel is 89-degree curved at the sides and uses “Nano Crystal Shield” which Honor claims 3x tougher than typical protective panels. Under the hood, Magic3 Pro+ is powered by Snapdragon 888+ SoC, which debuted on Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 earlier this week. The phone only comes in a single memory configuration – 12GB RAM + 512GB storage. 

Honor Magic3 Pro+ rear design

The giant rear camera module is the most highlighting part of the phone. It includes a 50MP Sony IMX700 1/1.28” primary sensor which replaces the 50MP IMX766 sensor on the other two Magic3 series phones. The primary unit is joined with a 64MP ultrawide lens which has an f/2.4 aperture. The camera module also includes a 64MP monochrome sensor, a 64MP telephoto lens with 3.5x optical zoom, and the last one is an 8×8 dTOF sensor. Honor partnership with IMAX brings the cinematic video recording and video editing tools on all Magic3 series phones.

The pill-shaped cutout on the Magic3 Pro+ includes a 13MP camera with 100-degree Field-of-View which is joined with a 3D ToF sensor. A 4,600mAh battery keeps the lights on and supports 66W fast wired charging and 50W wireless charging too. 

On the software front, the Magic3 Pro+ boots Android-11 based Magic UI 5. Honor didn’t talk much about Google Mobile Services (GMS) during the launch. But, at least the global Magic3 series phones are likely to have support for GMS. Honor CEO Honor CEO George Zhao has confirmed to Android Authority that the Magic3 series will get at least two Android OS updates.

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