The UK is the first European region to see these new devices. Pre-orders begin tomorrow, August 26, with general sales scheduled for September 2.
The Honor 70 smartphone has a big 6.67” OLED screen with Full HD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. The company put in a Snapdragon 778G+ chipset and a 54MP main camera with a Sony IMX800 sensor behind.
Prices for the mid-range smartphone are £479.99 (8/128 GB) and £529.99 (8/256 GB). Color options are Midnight Black, Crystal Silver, and Emerald Green. Customers will be able to pre-order at Hihonor, Argos, Currys, and Amazon.
The Honor X8 5G costs £229.99 and is available in Black and Blue colors. It is already up for sale at HiHonor, Argos, and Amazon, while Three will start selling it on September 2.
The Honor Pad 8 is a 12” tablet, powered by a Snapdragon 680 chipset. The company calls the screen 2K Honor FullView display, which is an LCD with a resolution of 2000 x 1200 pixels. There are eight loudspeakers for great multimedia experience.
The tablet was initially introduced in China with three memory combinations, but the United Kingdom only gets the smallest of them - 4GB RAM and 128GB storage. There is also a single color option too - Blue. The price is £269.99 with sales starting tomorrow at HiHonor and September 2 at Amazon.
In my country the Philippines, its a bit cheaper than the nothing phone 1, though they use the same chipset.
The pricing on the current honor phones are entirely different from the time honor was part of huawei.