HONOR has unveiled its latest 5G smartphone, the HONOR X50i, in China. While the device shares some similarities with the HONOR X40i and HONOR Play 7T Pro, it also boasts several upgrades, including a 108MP main camera instead of the 50MP main sensor used on the other two.
The HONOR X50i features a MediaTek Dimensity 6020 processor and a 6.7 inch FHD+ display with a resolution of 2388 x 1080. It comes in two RAM options, 8GB or 12GB, and has 256GB of storage capacity. Biometric authentication options include fingerprint authentication (side) and face authentication.
The device is 5G compatible, runs on Android 13 (MagicOS 7.1), and includes an earphone terminal and a USB Type-C connection terminal. It also features a 35W fast-charging battery, making it a good option for heavy smartphone users.
The HONOR X50i 5G is available in black, blue, pink, and light blue and is priced at 1499 yuan (about $217) for the 8GB/256GB RAM model and 1699 yuan (about $249) for the 12GB/256GB RAM model. We already compiled the detailed specs of Honor 50i, available HERE.