Following weeks of anticipation, Honor’s new 50 and 50 Pro smartphones have officially gone on sale in the company’s home market. The Chinese company announces that it sold CNY 500 million (more than $77 million) of Honor 50 devices in just one minute.
The Honor 50 and 50 Pro are solely available in China right now, but Honor has plans to launch the 50 series in Europe, complete with Google Mobile Services pre-installed, as the company confirmed.
Honor unveiled its 50 Series last week and its design is widely inspired by the upcoming Huawei P50 Series. The Honor 50 and 50 Pro are both powered by the Snapdragon 778G chipset while the entry-tier 50 SE is powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 900.
The Honor 50 Pro has a 6.72-inch curved AMOLED screen with 120Hz refresh rate and Full HD+
Honor 50 Pro and Honor 50
resolution. The non-Pro model, meanwhile, has a 6.57-inch AMOLED screen with the same specs. The 50 has a single 32MP selfie cut out while the Pro model comes with dual selfie cameras, a 32MP main + 12MP ultrawide.