The wait is finally over for Honor fans. After almost a year since Honor parted ways with Huawei and is now all set to make a comeback. And to make it even more interesting for Honor fans, its coming packed with Google Mobile Services (GMS). The returning of Google Mobile Services to Honor phones is likely to make a huge difference, especially in the UAE.
Honor is all set to release its first smartphone, the Honor 50, which perfectly fits into the original gameplan of Honor, which is a flagship design, non-flagship price and near-flagship performance. The Honor 50 feels and looks premium with a curved display, a reflective rear and slim bezels. Honor 50 comes with a 6.57-inch curved display panel, full HD+ resolution, OLED, and a refresh rate of 120 Hz when it comes to display. The quad-camera of Honor 50 is also quite powerful, with a primary camera of 108 MP and a selfie camera of 32 MP. The camera can produce pictures that are rich in details and have vibrant colours in good lighting conditions.
Furthermore, honor has experimented with the phone’s video capabilities by attempting to cater to the needs of the vloggers with a “multi-video” feature. It allows you to switch between different camera options while recording.
The battery life of this phone is also impressive, which is powered by a Li-Po 4000 mAh battery and can last a whole day with moderate use. There are two variants of the phone for storage, 6GB+128GB and 8GB+256GB and the Snapdragon 778G chipset powers both. The processor is powerful enough for high-intensity gaming and streaming video content.
Honor, now an independent brand does not fall into the bracket of US imposed restrictions allowing the brand not just have GMS but its also been signing partnership with companies like Intel, Microsoft, AMD, Qualcomm, and many other industry-leading tech companies which act as core suppliers to the mobile industry.