Honor’s best vlogging smartphone

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia takes the grand honor as the first country to bring in the highly acclaimed Honor 50, after its launch in China earlier this year.

The Honor 50 will be supporting the Google mobile services, giving a much need familiarity for anticipating fans.

Honor is proud to claim that this is their best smartphone for vlogging, bringing a one-stop vlogging experience that fans will be looking forward for.

Justin Li, Honor Malaysia chief executive officer said, “Today (Oct 18) marks not only Honor's first return to Malaysia since turning independent, but also the media launch of Honor.

"Honor’s market share of reaching 16.2% in China this August fuels our confidence for its global success.”

“Honor’s market share of reaching 16.2%  in China this August fuels our confidence for its global success,“Honor’s market share of reaching 16.2% in China this August fuels our confidence for its global success,

“Continuing the Honor series’ legacy of integrating aesthetics and technology, the new Honor 50 smartphone boasts an array of impressive innovations across its camera, design and performance, by collaborating with our global industry leading partners,” Li said.

One stop vlogging experience with the 108MP camera

The Honor 50 brings the one-take vlog shooting experience to a whole new level, with a whooping 32MP front camera, making perfect selfies and videos and grabbing your friends in for the fun in every frame.

Now with a much pro-graded quad camera set up, boasting the 108MP main camera, an 8MP wide-angle camera, a 2MP macro camera, and a 2MP depth camera, the Honor 50 allows fans to shoot photos and videos with ultra-clarity and in beautiful detail, even at night when brightness is limited.

Coupled with six multi-video shooting modes that delivers top tier recording experience for different angles and perspectives, content creators can now achieve professional videos with high quality audios, giving an all-rounded yet an effortless vlogging experience.

Superior craftmanship and dual ring camera design

Fans are able to choose from four attractive colour choices of Frost Crystal, Emerald Green, Midnight Black and the limited edition of Honor Code.

Stepping away from the usual colors, the Frost Crystal is a trendy color to what the world is favoring with.

Emerald Green gives that premium feel of owning a smartphone that mirrors the Honor 50.

The rare Honor Code gives a vibrant visual effect in a monogram design, allowing better appreciation of what superior craftsmanship is.

The Midnight Black is just the classic touch for anyone who enjoys the dark color as a whole.

On the other hand, by adopting a dual ring design and inspired by the classic twin lens reflex camera, the Honor 50 adopts a dual ring camera design made up of two concentric circles on the back, resembling a pair of eyes to help users see more of the world around them.

The classic ring designs are inspired to resemble luxurious jewelry brands, with the top circle featuring a camera that is well polished like a classic, timeless metal ring surrounding the edge.

Owners of the Honor 50 can be proud in acquiring such an iconic smartphone, stepping into a lifestyle of unparalleled beauty with moments ready to be captured with just a touch of a button.

Stunning 75° curved OLED display for better viewing experience

The Honor 50 boasts a 6.57-inch 75° curved OLED display with a full HD in an exciting 2340 X 1080 resolution.

Fans can enjoy their gaming, video or photo experience in a mammoth 1.07 billion color display, covering 100% of the DCI-P3 color gamut.

Further boosted by an intelligent dynamic refresh rate at 120Hz and a touch sampling rate of 300Hz, an immersive gaming is now possible to admire in the beauty of the Honor 50.

With an intelligent dynamic refresh rate, fans can adjust the refresh rate based on on-screen actions, helping to save power consumption.

Safe to say, finding comfort in a massive resolution and color crisp gives an experience like no other.

Ultra long battery life with 66W Honor supercharge

Thanks to the 4300mAh battery, the Honor 50 has a long-lasting battery life, further juiced up by the 66W Honor wired supercharge – powering up the Honor 50% to 70% from zero in just 20 minute - removing worries of running out of battery.

A safeguard measure has been taken to ensure a safe charging, with Honor implementing the triple identification to detect if the charger, battery and cable is made by Honor, thus minimising the charging failure rate.

The safety mechanism allows fan to have a sigh of relief when it comes to the safety of fast charging experience.

The Honor 50 is armed with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 5G chipset, improving both CPU and GPU performance by 45% and AI processing power by 123% compared with the previous generation.

Powered by GPU Turbo X, a unique graphics acceleration technology, the Honor 50 delivers a powerful performance even during intense gaming.

Price and availability

The Honor 50 comes in two versions, with the 6GB RAM + 128GB storage prices at RM1,699 in two colour choices of Midnight Black - available to purchase online and offline, and the limited-edition Honor Code - available for purchase only through various online stores.

The 8GB RAM + 256GB storage version is set at RM1,999 that comes in three stunning colors of Frost Crystal, Emerald Green and Midnight Black, while is available via various online stores and Honor authorised stores nationwide.

Fans are now able to order this smartphone to enjoy exciting rewards.

Fans will get rewards worth up to RM250 for the 6GB + 128GB version while fans who picked the 8GB + 256GB version will bring home rewards worth up to RM500.

You can check out HONOR Store or visit Honor authorised stores nationwide to grab yourself the Honor 50.

For the latest updates, tap in to Honor Malaysia’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/HONORMY and website www.hihonor.com/my/.

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