Honor yesterday began the first open sale of the Honor 100 series smartphones, which launched last month, the company also confirmed that the new lineup has achieved a 260% year-on-year sales increase.
The standard version uses a 6.7-inch quad-curved screen design featuring a 120hz refresh rate and 2664×1200 pixels resolution.
This phone uses using Sony IMX906 SLR-level photography camera with OIS+EIS dual anti-shake technology. It is launched as the first-ever Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 chipset to provide powerful performance and advanced graphics.
The phone also supports a 120 fps version of the Honor of Kings mobile game. To provide a long-lasting experience, the standard Honor 100 packs a 5000mAh battery with 100W super fast charging.
On the other hand, the Honor 100 Pro sports a 6.78-inch quad-curved screen with 120Hz of refresher ate and Rheinland TUV-certified eye protection.
The main camera of this device is powered by also using the Sony IMX906 sensor with a 1/1.56-inch lens and a large aperture of f/1.95 to capture more details and light in the scene.
On the other hand, Honor 100 Pro is using the second-generation Snapdragon 8 mobile chipset and Honor’s own radio frequency enhancement processor.
This Pro Honor 100 variant gets users a 5000mah battery + 100W wired super fast charging and 66W wireless charging. Both of these devices are using MagicOS 7.2 software based on Android 13.
With these latest features and capabilities, the 260% sales increase is a well-deserved growth for the Honor 100 series.