Honor Play 50 Plus Features News

Honor, a Chinese smartphone company, just released the Honor Play 50 Plus, which is the follow-up to the Play 40 Plus, which came out in October. There are some excellent new tools and improvements on this new device.

Honor Play 50 Plus features

The Honor Play 50 Plus has the Dimensity 6020 SoC inside, which should give it a satisfactory and effective performance. It also has MagicOS 7.2, which is built on Android 13 and lets you customize your experience.

One thing that makes this smartphone stand out is that it has a lot of storage space—256GB of it. Users can also pick between 8GB and 12GB of RAM based on how much performance they need.

The screen is a 6.8-inch 90Hz FullHD+ LCD panel, which makes the visual experience smooth and bright. The punch-hole design for the 8MP selfie camera makes sure that the screen looks modern and engaging without any notches getting in the way.

On the back of the phone are two large circles aligned to the left that hold the flash and two cameras: a 50MP main camera with high quality and a 2MP depth sensor. The design is similar to some other high-end smartphones. With this camera setup, you should be able to take a wide range of pictures.

The Honor Play 50 Plus has a huge 6,000mAh battery that should let you use it for a long time on a single charge. Battery life is another strong point. The device also allows 35W fast charging, which makes it easy to get more power quickly.

The device also has some thoughtful features, like a fingerprint reader on the side for security, two speakers for better sound, and support for Hi-Res Audio for both wired and wireless audio fans. The 3.5mm headphone jack is there for people who like to use wired headphones, and the USB-C port gives you more modern ways to connect. The smartphone also has a 5G connection, which makes it compatible with the newest network technology.

The Honor Play 50 Plus comes in four colors, which gives users a little more freedom to make it their own.

Honor Play 50 Plus colors

You can already buy the 12GB/256GB model in China through Honor's official Chinese website for CNY1,399, which is about $195, €185, or INR16,275. The price of the 8GB/256GB version has not been announced yet.

The Honor Play 50 Plus looks like a well-rounded smartphone. It has a good price, good speed, lots of storage space, a good camera, and a big battery. It looks like it will work for a lot of different types of people in the tough smartphone market.