Honor 90 Is Coming To Europe with Cool Camera Specs and a Midrange Price

Honor 90 is coming to Europe with cool camera specs and a midrange price. The device as you should now know will be available in the United Kingdom kicking things off at 449.99 BP and from 549EUROS in Europe.

Honor 90 Coming to Europe

Honor 90 Coming to Europe

Just a little over a month, after it made its debut in China, former Huawei subbrand Honor, is now launching its Honor 90 internationally. Although this is kind of a midrange smartphone at its core, powered by a Snapdragon 7 Gen 1-based processor and priced beginning from €549 (£449.99, which is around $573), it is very notable for having a 200-megapixel main camera, which is the same resolution as what you will get to find in the flagship Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.

And of course, you should know that more megapixels don’t necessarily mean better camera performance. But when in the right scenarios, it offers the possibility of more detailed photographs. The camera software of Honor 90 can also bin as many as 16 pixels together in order to create pixels that are effectively 2.24μm in size in a bid to collect more light and then produce 12-megapixel images. The big question here is how the camera software of Honor will choose to process the resulting images as it has been found that the recent phones of the manufacturer have produced photos that can look artificially bright and even colorful.

Specs and Features

The three other cameras of Honor 90 are less noteworthy. There is a 12-megapixel combination ultrawide and then macro camera, a 2-megapixel depth camera which is on the rear, and then a 50-megapixel front-facing selfie camera that is contained within its hole-punch notch. It however got a 6.7-inch display with a 120Hz refresh rate, 1600 nits peak brightness, and then a resolution of 2664 x 1200. The phone comes in a choice of green, blue, black, or silver, though the exact availability of the colors varies directly by retailer and market.

The phone internally has a 5,000mAh battery and then supports up to 66W fast charging, which Honor has claimed can charge it to 45 percent in just 15 minutes. There is however no support for wireless charging. Its processor in question is a Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 “Accelerated Edition,” and then depending on the market that you are in, it comes with a choice of 8 or 12GB of RAM and then 256 or 512GB of storage.

The Honor 90 as you should know ships with Honor’s Android 13-based MagicOS 7.1 software, and the company has revealed to Android Police that it will be supporting the phone with a relatively underwhelming two major Android updates as well as three years of security updates. In contrast, Google’s similarly priced Pixel 7A on the other hand is due to receive three major Android updates as well as five years of security updates, while the midrange Galaxy A54 of Samsung will be getting four OS version updates and then five years of security patches.

Pricing and Availability

The Honor 90 in the UK is available to order from Honor directly beginning today. Its 8GB version as you should know costs £449.99, while the step-up 12GB model on the other hand is £499.99. And meanwhile in Europe, select markets reportedly have the 8GB model for €549, while the 12GB version on the other hand is €599. And as with other Honor phones, the firm has now made no mention of releasing the Honor 90 in the US.



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