Honor, which became independent, blew up last year with its Magic4 series devices, of which the Ultimate was particularly memorable, with a 1/1.12″ and 50 megapixel main camera, a 64 megapixel ultra-wide, a 64 megapixel periscope zoom unit capable of 3.5x magnification, a 50 megapixel offering a color spectrum sensor, a laser dTOF system, a double LED flash and a 12-megapixel selfie camera supported by a 3D ToF system.
Magic4 Ultimate and half a dozen rear camera elements [+]
Another question is that this model did not reach us, but the Magic4 Pro was not modest either, with 50 megapixel normal, 50 megapixel ultra-wide, 64 megapixel and 3.5x zoom, 12 megapixel selfie plus one 3D ToF system on the front and back . There were also Magic4 and Magic4 Lite, and sequels are being prepared for all members of the series.
Magic5 alleged camera covers (source: SparrowsNews) [+]
Above, you can see the alleged camera dial of the Magic5 base model, leaving room for three optics on the back, which is exactly what its predecessor carried in 50 megapixel normal, 50 megapixel ultra-wide and 8 megapixel, 5x periscope allocation. The generation change can bring similar parameters, and if a year has already passed, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 can be replaced by the 8 Gen 2, in the following form, imagined in an unofficial render image:
Honor Magic5 on unofficial render (source: Teme) [+]
From the new family, Magic5 Lite started the series of official visits in China, followed by the regular Magic5, and the Digital Chat Station Weibo channel Ultimate he threw in the 50 + 50 + 50 + 50 ± / 64 token for release. It’s not entirely clear that these are four 50-megapixel sensors and does it mean a possible 64-megapixel, fifth extra, or rather the unanswered question that one of the four is 50 obsession Will it be 64 megapixels, in any case, the latter seems more likely, and Honor’s camera phone will not have much reason to complain anyway.