In November 2022, the Honor 80 Pro was unveiled in China alongside several other smartphones. And now, the company has also launched a stripped-down version of 80 Pro, which features a flat display, a lower resolution, and an altered camera setup. The handset will only be sold in the offline market in China. Let’s have a look at its specs and pricing.
The rear of the smartphone looks almost similar to the regular version, however, the same can’t be said for the front. It features a flat 6.67-inch AMOLED display with a lower 2400x1080px resolution. The panel offers the same 120Hz refresh rate.
Unlike the standard 80 Pro, which features a dual 50MP + 2MP camera setup on the front, the cheaper version packs a single 32MP selfie snapper.
As mentioned, Honor has also made some changes to the camera module of the smartphone. It still has a 160MP main camera but the 50MP autofocusing ultrawide unit is gone. There’s now a downgraded 8MP ultrawide camera with fixed focus. The smartphone also retains the 2MP depth sensor.
Under the hood, the new Honor 80 Pro is powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, which is good news. The chipset is paired with up to 12GB of RAM.
Fueling the smartphone is a 4,800mAh battery that supports 66W charging. On the software front, the Honor 80 Pro runs Android 12 with MagicOS 7 on top.
Honor 80 Pro (Offline version) Price and Availability
Talking about the price, the new Honor 80 Pro with a flat display carries a price tag of 3,599 Yuan ($526) for the 12/256GB version. It can be purchased in Black, Green, and Pink.