(ANSA) – MILAN – Honor has also unveiled its new smartphone, Honor Magic4 Pro, the top of the range of the Magic4 series for the Italian market. Designed to meet the needs of photography and video shooting, the company has achieved this by giving the device a symmetrical design, an improved display for the visual experience and complete privacy functions. Featuring a 6.81-inch display and ultra-thin bezels on both sides, the photographic department is made up of triple cameras powered by ultra-fusion computational technology to produce high definition images even in low light conditions. For the Magic4, Honor has developed a 100W charging system, both with the cable charger and wirelessly that promise to reach, with the original accessories, 50% battery in 15 minutes and a complete cycle in half an hour. The phone is already available for pre-order, until June 3, on the company’s website at a price of € 1,099.90. Until that date, you will also have a 100W wireless charger and a 135W Quick Charger. Along with the smartphone, Honor also presented Watch GS 3, the group’s watch designed for sport and health.
With a 3D curved glass, 45.9mm round dial and 1.43 “fingerprint resistant touch screen, it is the brand’s first smartwatch to feature advanced 8-channel heart rate sensors to capture multiple optical signals.
A smartwatch capable of also providing SpO2 monitoring, which allows consumers to keep blood oxygen levels under control. Watch GS 3 features over 100 sports modes and automatic detection of six different sports, 12 scheduled fitness classes and a total of 44 animated exercise demonstrations. Thanks to the support of fast charging, the watch can last a full day on a 5-minute charge. Since yesterday it is available for purchase starting from 219.90 euros. (HANDLE).
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