The Honor 90 is the latest addition to the company's number series of phones. As such, it is not a true flagship. That position seems to currently be reserved for the "Magic" line. What you get with the Honor 90 instead is a solid mid-ranger in terms of specs. However, as far as looks and design are concerned, Honor didn't skimp at all.
The Honor 90 is slick and slim, well-constructed, light and well-balanced, and has a universally rounded body for a great in-hand feel.
Its design is also very elegant and even luxurious. The Honor 90 can be had in a number of eye-catching colors and interesting finishes, which we will go over in a bit.
Despite being a mid-ranger at heart, the Honor 90 does come with some pretty high-end features. One of its highlights is unquestionably the curved 6.7-inch display. It is a 10-bit panel with HDR10+ support and a whopping 1600 nits of advertised peak brightness. It also has a 1.5K resolution, 120Hz refresh rate and 3840Hz PWM dimming, as well as 400-grade dimming adjustment.
Then there is the impressive camera setup on the Honor 90. On the back, the phone has a massive 200MP, f/1.9 main camera alongside a 12MP, f/2.2 autofocus-enabled ultrawide that can double as a powerful macro cam. On the front, the Honor 90 is rocking a 50MP ultrawide selfie. Both of these cameras are capable of 4K@30fps video capture and support EIS.
A 5,000 mAh battery with 66W charging and some additional features, like NFC, help the Honor 90 be a pretty well-rounded device overall. It does still have some notable omissions, though, like the lack of official ingress protection and stereo speakers. Nothing dramatic, but still worth mentioning.
Only has 2 years of Android update and 3 years of security updates??? even samsung supports 4 years and 5 years respectively.
PWM dimming and floating display is sufficient to buy this beauty
Reminds me of the vivo v27 but slightly better