As you well know, Honor separated from Huawei a year ago in order to be able to sell phones under the Android operating system. In this way Huawei made a lot of money from a business that was not being able to exploit, and Honor achieved independence to continue making smartphones.
After a period of restructuring, Honor reached business maturity a few months ago, which resulted in a global presentation announcing that they were selling mobile phones again. Honor had returned.
Now, in the middle of 2022, Honor already has several models on the market and the last to arrive will be the Honor 60 SE, a phone with a mid/high-end spirit that its design has surprised us all.
The Honor 60 SE smartphone becomes the third and most affordable member of the 60 series. The design of its back and, in particular, the camera configuration, are obviously influenced by the iPhone series. Pro.
Despite the design, Honor wanted to launch the Honor 60 SE as a high-performance mid-range, and if not, you just have to see the SoC chosen to bring it to life: the Mediatek Dimensity 900 together with 8 GB of RAM .
The announcement comes with little information, but we already know that the phone comes with a 6.67″ OLED screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz and with a coverage of 100% of the DCI-P3 color gamut.
Its battery has a capacity of 4,300 mAh (which seems a bit low for the current standard) and supports fast charging 66 W that promises to charge the phone in less than 50 minutes.
On the back there is a 64 Mpx main camera, but we have few details regarding the other two sensors. If we go by the Honor 60, it is likely that we are seeing a depth sensor of 2 Mpx and an 8 Mpx ultra-wide camera.
The Honor 60 SE runs Magic UI 5.0 and will be updated to Magic UI 6.0 with Android 12. The Honor 60 SE will go on sale on February 17 in three colors: silver, black and jade green.
Its basic version of 128 GB costs 300 euros to change, while the unit of 256 GB will cost 350 euros. We will have to see what price we have in Europe once taxes and currency exchange. But it shouldn’t cost much more if you want to compete in the high-end/premium range.