Honor has just released the new generation of mid-rangers dedicated to young people, which includes Honor Play 4T and Honor Play 4T Pro.
Honor Play 4T and Play 4T Pro presented in China
Let's start with the base Honor Play 4T which uses a 6,39-inch screen with a 4,5mm large hole in the upper left with an 8MP camera, a screen / body ratio of 90% and a Blu-ray Eye certification from Rheinland TUV.
The Pro version adopts a 6,3-inch but OLED-type display and 2340 × 1080 resolution. There is also a notch in the upper part with an 8MP camera and a fingerprint sensor integrated in the lower part.
From the performance point of view, the Play 4T equips the HiSilicon Kirin 710 processor produced by the parent company Huawei; accompanied by 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory.
While the Play 4T Pro arrives with the new and performing HiSilicon Kirin 810, a CPU created with a 7nm production process. In terms of GPU instead, Kirin 810 is equipped with a Mali-G52, with support for Kirin Gaming + technology, which improves performance within video games. The amount of RAM varies from 6GB to 8GB and 128GB of internal memory.
As for the photographic sector, we have a dual configuration on the Play 4T which includes a main 48MP and a secondary 2MP to capture data on the depth. On the Pro version we find three cameras with the main 48MP, second 8MP ultra wide angle and always a 2MP depth sensor.
Finally, both devices come with 4000mAh batteries and 22.5W fast charging support for the Play 4T Pro (on the basic variant it is limited to 10W).
The 4GB / 6GB Honor Play 128T has a starting price of 1199 yuan, the Pro version starts from 1499 Yuan, for 6GB / 128GB, and up to 1699 yuan for 8GB / 128GB.