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New mid-range smartphones that have something under the hood

New mid-range smartphones that have something under the hood

That's it, the Honor 200 and 200 Pro are official in China, and we can't wait to see them arrive in France! These mid-range smartphones have very correct technical data sheets and a stylish design.

Honor 200 // Source: Honor

The Honor president had already mentioned the launch of the Honor 200 phone in France, there have been leaks, and we now have more details about these mid-range smartphones. It has been made official in China, but also in France, and we discover interesting technical sheets, including the Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 and the H9000 sensor for the Pro model.

Honor 200 Pro // Source: Honor

The first element that catches your eye when you discover the Honor 200 and 200 Pro is their design. Both models have an oval-shaped camera module placed vertically, which is something out of the ordinary. The back of the smartphone appears to be made of glass or a similar material, and the slightly curved edges advertise a good grip. Special mention to the wavy pattern on the back, which adds a touch of originality.

Interesting technical characteristics

In terms of technical characteristics, Honor 200 and 200 Pro have something to attract you. The Pro model is particularly well equipped, with a Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 processor (be careful, it's not 8 Gen 3, it's much more powerful) and a 50-megapixel H9000 image sensor, 1/1.3 thumb-sized, and optical stabilization. Pixel clustering And f/1.9 lens aperture. There will also be a special black and white mode, we can't wait to see what it looks like! For the rest, we find a classic configuration with a telephoto and ultra-wide angle lens.

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Features Honor 200 Honor 200 Pro
Dimensions and weight 161.5 x 74.6 x 7.7 mm 163.3 x 75.2 x 8.2 mm
187 grams 199 grams
a screen 6.7 inch OLED 6.7 inch OLED
Full definition HD+ Full definition HD+
PWM dimming 3840 Hz PWM dimming 3840 Hz
120 Hz refresh rate 120 Hz refresh rate
Healer Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 3rd generation Snapdragon 8s 3rd generation
Adreno 720 Adreno 735
RAM 8GB/12GB/16GB 12 GB / 16 GB
storage 256 GB / 512 GB 256GB / 512GB / 1TB
battery 5,200 mAh 5,200 mAh
100W fast charging 100W fast charging
66W wireless charging
Reverse wireless charging
Rear cameras 50 MP, f/1.95, optical stabilizer, IMX906 1/1.56″ 50 MP, f/1.95, optical stabilizer, H9000 1/1.3″
50 MP, 2.5x telephoto, OIS, IMX856 50 MP, 2.5x telephoto, OIS, IMX856
12 MP, wide angle and macro, f/2.2 lens aperture 12 MP, wide angle and macro, f/2.2 lens aperture
Front camera 50 megapixel, f/2.1 lens aperture 50 megapixel, f/2.1 lens aperture
bone Android 14 Android 14
Magic Interface 8.0 Magic Interface 8.0
Connection 5G 5G
Wi-Fi 6 Wi-Fi 6
Bluetooth 5.3 Bluetooth 5.3
Others Stereo speakers Stereo speakers
On-screen fingerprint reader On-screen fingerprint reader
IP55

For its part, the Honor 200 relies on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 processor, a 50-megapixel image sensor with an IMX906 sensor, and two cameras as well, but this remains quite true for a mid-range smartphone.

Honor 200 // Source: Honor

Another strong point of the Honor 200 Pro: its 5200 mAh battery, which should guarantee good autonomy. But above all, it supports 100W ultra-fast wired charging, which should allow the battery to be fully recharged in record time. The Pro model also supports 66W ultra-fast wireless charging, as well as reverse wireless charging. Moreover, it is also IP55 certified for water and dust protection, while the Honor 200 does not have such a certification.

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At the moment, we do not yet have details about the European release of the Honor 200 and 200 Pro. In China, prices start at €230 for the Honor 200 (8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage) and go up to €580 for the Honor 200 Pro (16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage). Of course, you may have to add a few tens of euros for European models, due to taxes and distribution costs.