Honor debuts Honor 100 and 100 Pro with 100W fast charging

Honor has unveiled the Honor 100 Series, consisting of the Honor 100 and Honor 100 Pro in China. Both phones feature a Qualcomm processor and can charge quickly with up to 100 watts. Whether and when the devices will be sold outside China is still unclear.

Both phones feature distinctive backs that Honor says are inspired by the work of Catalan architect Gaudi. The Honor 100 has the more traditional island of the two, while the Honor 100 Pro has an oval-shaped camera island.

Honor 100 Pro announced in China.
Honor 100 Pro was announced in Wuhan, China

Honor uses a 50MP Sony IMX906 sensor as the primary camera for both phones. This camera is equipped with OIS and shoots DSLR-quality pictures. Also present is a 32MP ultra-wide-angle camera with a 112° wide-angle lens. This also doubles as a macro camera capturing objects up to 2.5 cm. The Honor 100 Pro is additionally equipped with a separate telephoto camera with 2.5x optical zoom and 50x digital zoom.

Quad-curved Display

Honor equips the 100 and 100 Pro with an extra-bright screen of up to 2600 nits and capable of playing HDR content. On the Honor 100, the screen measures 6.7 inches diagonally; while the Honor 100 Pro has a slightly larger 6.78 inch display. Both phones feature a non-removable 5000mAh large battery that can be charged with 100W wired. Only the Honor 100 Pro supports wireless charging, up to 67W.

Honor 100 Series rear close-up
Honor 100 and 100 Pro

Honor 100 Series outside of China

The Honor 100 is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 7 Gen 3. The Honor 100 Pro also has a Qualcomm processor, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. Variants are available with 12 and 16GB of RAM and up to 1TB of storage. Available colors are Monet Purple, Butterfly Blue, Moon White, and Midnight Black. Pricing and availability outside China have yet to be announced.

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