Honor Magic 5 Series Featuring a 50MP Quad-Camera
The Honor Magic 5 Series, code-named “Piaget,” is the latest flagship offering from the Chinese technology company. According to recent reports, the series will feature a Snapdragon 8 Gen2 platform and will be heavily focused on imaging capabilities.
Recently the model number PGT-AN00 phone surfaced on the MIIT website, it is reported that the machine belongs to the Honor Magic 5 Series. Currently, no ID photos and specifications are available, but soon will be.
One of the standout features of the series is its camera setup, with the Pro and Ultimate versions of the phone boasting a quad-camera array consisting of 50 megapixels + 50 megapixel + 50 megapixel + 50± megapixel or 64-megapixel sensors, while the primary camera is much more powerful than the previous generation. This makes it one of the highest-megapixel camera phones on the market.
Another noteworthy aspect of the camera setup is the inclusion of a periscopic telephoto lens, which supports 100x digital zoom. This allows for stunning close-up shots from a distance and will certainly appeal to photography enthusiasts. The series will continue to use the company’s popular circular camera design, with three lenses arranged in an equilateral triangle (possibly a standard version).
Overall, the Honor Magic 5 series looks set to be a formidable competitor in the smartphone market, offering cutting-edge hardware and impressive imaging capabilities. The 50MP quad-camera, periscopic telephoto lens, and 100x digital zoom are features that will certainly be hard to ignore for camera phone enthusiasts.