The Most Popular Honor 70 Phone Products Today
Honor’s mid-range Honor 70 phone is now available in the UK, just under three months after it was first released in China. The phone’s price is expected to start at £480 for a model with 128GB of storage and 8GB of RAM. If you want 256GB of storage, the price will go up to £530. The general public will be able to buy both editions on September 2, and preorders will start tomorrow. Keep an eye out for our full evaluation the week after next.
Compared to the Honor 50 from the year before, the Honor 70’s camera features are much more well-rounded. In December, an Honor 60 was shown in China, but it was never sold anywhere else. The Honor 70 has a 54-megapixel main sensor, a 50-megapixel ultrawide sensor that can take macro shots, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. This is better than having a 108-megapixel main sensor and three other sensors with a total resolution of just 12 megapixels. This is done instead of pairing a camera with a very high resolution (108 megapixels) with three extra sensors with a total resolution of only 12 megapixels. It’s a plan that, with any luck, will lead to a camera system that can be used in more situations.
There are also some brand-new software features. The Honor 10’s “Solo Cut Mode” lets users record a wide shot in landscape mode, while at the same time, the phone records the second video in portrait mode that can follow a moving subject around the frame. Other built-in multi-video modes on the Honor 70 camera app include being able to shoot with the main camera, the selfie camera, the main camera, and the ultrawide camera simultaneously. You can even film with both the main camera and the ultrawide camera at the same time.
Aside from that, the Honor 70’s design is mostly the same as the Honor ’50s. It has the same iconic dual-camera ring design on the back of the device and a curved 120Hz OLED display with a hole-punch notch in the middle of the screen. But if you look more closely, you’ll notice that all of its specs have been slowly improved over time. Its screen is now 6.67 inches wide, slightly bigger than its previous size of 6.57 inches. It is also run by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G Plus processor (after using the non-Plus version previously). It also has a battery that is a little bit bigger than 4,800 mAh and can be charged quickly at up to 66 W charging rates.
Honor is also simultaneously putting out the Pad 8 tablet as its new smartphone. Gizmochina says this device was first shown off as the Honor Tablet 8 in China a month ago. A Snapdragon 680 CPU powers the tablet. It has a 12-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 2000 x 1200 and a resolution of 2000 x 1200. It will cost £270 in the UK and will be available tomorrow from Honor or September 2 from Amazon.