Chinese smartphone brand Honor announced that the commencement of sales for its Magic 4 Pro model, originally scheduled for April 2, will be postponed to April 22 due to the impact of the pandemic on supply.
Honor added that it will arrange deliveries for users who paid the full amount online before April 22. For users who booked smartphones via offline channels, the stores will get in touch with customers as soon as possible. In addition, its partners in the supply chain are working hard to overcome the difficulties caused by the pandemic and to improve production.
According to its official website, the Honor Magic4 Pro is the top flagship of this series. Compared with the standard version, its display and back component are equipped with a glass curving over all four edges.
In terms of configuration, the machine adopts a 6.81-inch LTPO adaptive refresh screen with a resolution of 2848×1312, and supports 1920 Hz high-frequency PWM dimming. It has a Snapdragon 8 Gen1 processor and a built-in ultra-thin VC liquid cooling system.
The Magic 4 Pro is equipped with a 12-megapixel super wide-angle camera in the front and a trio of cameras on its rear, including a 50-megapixel main camera, a 50-megapixel ultrawide camera, and a 64-megapixel periscope telephoto camera that offers 100x optical zoom.
The Magic 4 Pro is equipped with a 4600 mAh battery and supports 66W fast charging.
As for the price, the new smartphone is available in 8GB + 256GB at 5499 yuan ($867), 12GB + 256GB at 5899 yuan and 12GB + 512GB at 6499 yuan.