Honor launched Magic 3 as its first post-Huawei flagship

The lineup features Magic 3, Magic 3 Pro and Magic 3 Pro Plus

Honor launched Magic 3 as its first post-Huawei flagship

Honor was sold off by Huawei and it is now back in the field with its new Magic 3 series. It is the company’s first global flagship launch after Huawei sold it off. The Magic 3 lineup will have Google’s software and apps, unlike Huawei devices. 

The lineup will have Magic 3, Magic 3 Pro, and Magic 3 Pro Plus. The price tag will begin at 899 euros and the high-end version will have a price tag of 1,499 euros. All the devices feature a gently curved screen on the front. They have three and four rear camera lenses placed in concentric circles to form a camera bump. 

The Magic 3 series will have Google Mobile Services on the devices with access to Google Play Store and Gmail. The phones will have one major software update with a security update. The devices have differences in processor, display camera module, and water resistance rating among others. The Magic 3 will have Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 and the other two models will have Snapdragon 888 Plus. The chipset provided will have a flash memory fusion technology, which performs similar to a 10GB device in the 8GB RAM device. The Pro model has a 64MP periscope-style telephoto camera which is claimed to surpass the zoom capabilities of the iPhone 12 lineup. It also has wide, ultra-wide, and monochrome lenses. This telephoto lens is not present in the Magic 3 base model. 

The key specifications include a 6.76-inch AMOLED with a refresh rate of 120Hz. The battery is of 4,600mAh with a 66W wired and 50W wireless charger. It has a water-resistance rating of IP68 and weighs almost 202 grams for Magic 3 and 212 grams for the Magic 3 Pro Plus.