Elsewhere, the Honor Magic4 Pro has a 6.81-inch OLED display with a smart refresh rate that maxes out at 120Hz. That should ensure system animations and fast-paced games, like Call Of Duty, are smooth. When you have a static image on-screen, like when listing to a podcast, Honor can drop the refresh rate to as low as 1Hz to eke out as much battery life as possible.
With support for up to 1.07 billion colours as well as DCI-P3 and HDR10+ certification, Honor Magic4 Pro should be ideal for watching Hollywood blockbusters and boxsets from Netflix on your morning commute. The 1,000-nit maximum brightness should ensure the OLED panel remains easily visible, even in direct sunlight.
But the real, ahem, magic of the new flagship smartphone from Honor is the rear camera system. It packs a triple-camera system with a 50MP main shooter, a 50Mp ultra-wide camera with a 122-degree field of view, and a 64MP periscope camera capable of lossless 3.5x optical zoom and 100x digital zoom. Honor is using software to enable a couple of clever new features, including combining photos from its main and ultra-wide camera to boost clarity for ultra-wide shots.
Published at Mon, 28 Feb 2022 13:17:48 +0000