With this newfound freedom, Honor has wasted no time rolling out a slew of new products including the flagship Magic4 Pro.
“HONOR is committed to adopting a consumer-centric approach and developing best-in-class products for our users. The launch of HONOR Magic4 Pro, HONOR Watch GS 3 and HONOR Earbuds 3 Pro showcases unwavering commitment to providing an all-scenario intelligent ecosystem strategy to create a new intelligent world for everyone in SA,” said Zhao Likun, president of HONOR Middle East and Africa.
The Magic4 Pro features a triple camera setup with a 50MP wide lens, which packs a 1/1.56-inch colour sensor, a 50MP 122-degree ultra-wide lens and a 64MP periscope telephoto lens, both optical and electronic image stabilisation, and the ability to support up to 100x digital zoom.
On the video front, you’ll find some unique features including Honor Magic-Log Movie Master and AI Film Effects. The Magic4 Pro is also the first mainstream smartphone capable of 10-bit Log 4K video recording in 60fps (frames per second).
When it comes to viewing your masterpieces, you’ll love the 6.81-inch quad curved OLED display with its 120Hz refresh rate and LTPO (low-temperature polycrystalline oxide) technology, which lets it drop the refresh rate down to as low as 1Hz to conserve power. The display also delivers Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) of 1920Hz, which Honor says is the highest ever achieved in an LTPO screen and provides a comfortable viewing experience by minimising eye strain and providing a comfortable viewing experience.
Powering these impressive specs is a 4,600mAh battery, which boasts both 100W wired and 100W wireless Honor SuperCharge technology which allows you to charge the phone from 0%-100% in under 30 minutes.
Alongside the Magic4 Pro, the company also unveiled the Honor Watch GS 3 with 8-Channel Heart Rate AI Engine and the Honor Earbuds 3 Pro that comes with an industry-first body temperature measuring capability.
It sells for R20,999 at cellucity.co.za