Honor released the Magic 3 series of mobile phones, priced from $700, and the top-of-the-line version is priced as high as $1230.
In addition to upgrading the Snapdragon 888 Plus, the screen also uses a 6.76-inch flexible OLED with an 89° super-curved surface design. BOE confirmed that it has exclusively supplied the Magic 3 series of screens.
Previously, there were rumors that the Magic 3 series of OLED screens were supplied by BOE and Visionox, and Visionox can now be ruled out.
The Honor Magic 3 series is equipped with a 6.76-inch flexible OLED screen, an 89-degree hyper-curved design, a 120Hz high brush, and automatically matches the refresh rate in different scenarios.
It also supports DCI-P3 color gamut, 1.07 billion colors, ΔE<0.8, and HDR10+ certification.
In addition, the Magic 3 series also supports hardware-level 4096 brightness adjustment, and the dimming method is 1920Hz high-frequency PWM.
It avoids the problems of low-frequency PWM flicker and DC dimming color unevenness, and has also obtained the TUV Rheinland low-blue eye protection certification.
BOE is the largest screen manufacturer. In 2020, the company will continue to rank first in the world in terms of sales and market share of five mainstream products such as smartphone LCD displays, tablet computer displays, notebook computer displays, monitor displays, and TV displays.
Specs of Honor Magic 3 series
Display Screen: 6.76-inch AMOLED, 120Hz, 2,772×1,334 pixels
Processor: Snapdragon 888 (Magic 3); Snapdragon 888 Plus (Magic 3 Pro, 3 Pro Plus)
Battery and charger: 4,600 mAh; 66-watt wired charger; 50-watt wireless (Pro versions)
Water-resistance: IP68 (Magic 3 Pro, Pro Plus); IP53 (Magic 3)
Weight: 202 grams (Magic 3); 212 grams (Magic 3 Pro Plus)