Honor 200 Series: Leaked Pricing & Configuration Details

Honor 200 Series
Honor 200 Series

The Honor 200 series made its debut in China. The business is now ready to launch the range on international markets. On June 12, the Honor 200 and 200 Pro, the two versions in the series, will go on sale. In Paris, the phones will be introduced. We have pricing and configuration leaks before the big day, so let’s have a look below.

The Honor 200 Series’ Price and Configuration Leak The reliable tipster, Sudhanshu Ambhore, is the source of the pricing leak. According to the leaker, the Honor 200 would cost between €600 and €650, or around $645 and $700. Conversely, it is predicted that the top model will cost between €750 and €800, or $806 and $860. This price is for the top configuration, which includes 512GB of internal storage and 12GB of RAM.

In addition, there will be an Honor Portrait Box bundle that includes free TWS earphones with the phone. This may be limited to specific European countries. The Honor Portrait Box package will feature a complimentary pair of €99 (~$106) TWS earbuds in select European regions, according to a leak.

Honor 200 Series: Key Highlights and Features

We are well aware of the lineup because the phones were introduced in China. You can read our earlier, in-depth analysis of the Honor 200 lineup here. The series’ distinctive design is its primary selling point. Each phone has a pebble-shaped module that has a wavy design that gives the device a stylish appearance. Thus, the gadget sticks out thanks to its distinctive style and upscale appearance.

Honor 200 and 200 Pro: Design, Specifications, and Pricing

Honor has always experimented with several design languages. This time, the rear side features a pebble-shaped camera module. Furthermore, the phone has a wavy texture that makes it stand out. The design difference between the Vanilla and Pro is minimal from the back. However, on the front, the Honor 200 Pro has a pill-shaped camera cutout, while the vanilla has a punch-hole design. Both phones are available in a number of colors.

Both phones have a 6.7-inch OLED display. They boast a high refresh rate of 120Hz, resulting in a smoother experience. The Pro model stands out in terms of camera performance, thanks to a 50MP proprietary H9000 sensor. This 1/1.3″ shooter is also utilized on other phones, such as the Magic 6 Pro. As a result, this sensor should produce camera quality comparable to that of flagship models. The camera configuration includes a 50MP telephoto lens and a 13MP ultrawide lens. The vanilla model offers comparable telephoto and ultrawide shooters but a subpar primary 50MP camera. On the front, both have a 50MP selfie camera.

One of the camera setup’s main highlights is the collaboration with Harcourt, a legendary French photography studio. They introduced the new Harcourt portrait mode, which aids in the creation of studio lighting effects through the use of artificial intelligence. This portrait mode allows users to capture high-quality portrait photos.

The Honor 200 Pro is powered by the Snapdragon 8s Generation 3 chipset. The Honor 200 sports a Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 processor. Both CPUs are quite powerful and capable of handling a wide range of tasks, including gaming. Both phones have similar 5,200mAh batteries and support 100W wired charging. However, only the Pro version supports wireless charging at 66W. The Pro also includes the Honor C1+ chip, which allows for enhanced wireless and cellular connectivity. In the software department, both phones run MagicOS 8.0 on Android 14.

The Honor 200 series launches on sale in China on May 31st. The Honor 200 costs CNY 2,699 ($372) for the 12/256GB variant. While the Honor 200 Pro is priced at CNY 3,499 ($483) for the 12/256GB variant, Honor has also set a series launch event for June 12th in Paris. In this event, we will learn more about global prices and availability. Until then, more details may be found on Honor’s official website.

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