Available for a few weeks in France, the Honor 50 is displayed at 449 euros instead of 549 euros. An advantageous price for this mid-range smartphone equipped with Google services.
Freed from Huawei, Honor recently returned to the mid-range segment. The brand launched the Honor 50, a smartphone with a balanced technical sheet that does not lack ambitions. Officially marketed at 549 euros, the smartphone sees its price drop to 449 euros in its 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB version (in black or green). The variant equipped with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage is also concerned, its price going to 499 euros instead of 599 euros (in silver or black). As a reminder, Black Friday 2021 will take place on November 26, but it is already possible to make good deals thanks to the offers offered in preview.
This saving of 100 euros reinforces the value for money of the new device from Honor. The smartphone has a 6.57-inch OLED panel in Full HD + (2340 × 1080 pixels) at 120 Hz. Under the hood, it can count on the SoC Snapdragon 778G from Qualcomm which allows it to be 5G compatible.
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The photo part is not left out with the presence of a main sensor of 108 Mpx, supported by an ultra wide-angle of 8 Mpx and two sensors of 2 Mpx each for the macro and the depth. A configuration of four photo sensors on the back while the front of the smartphone uses a 32 Mpx camera. The smartphone can count on a 4300 mAh battery, compatible with 66 W fast charging.
The Honor 50 works with the Android 11 operating system and the Magic UI 4.2 overlay. It can also count on the presence of Google services, including the Play Store.