The Honor Play 3 was launched on the 4th of September. It’s the first smartphone in the world with 48MP camera with AI support. The device comes with full screen and full-scene acceleration engine.
Play 3 inherits “scary technology 2.0”. It’s a self-developed technology for the full-scene acceleration. The technology has completed 39 underlying kernel modifications by 157 research and development experts and produced 46 R&D patents.
The built-in full-scene acceleration engine can increase the app start-up speed by 76% and the system operation fluency by 57%. Giving it an extremely smooth and innovative experience of the Android system.
Honor Play 3 adopts a 6.39 inches full screen display with a small aperture of 4.5mm. There is a triple rear camera that consists of a 48MP main shooter, an 8MP 120 degrees super-wide angle lens and a 2MP depth of field lens.
Under the hood, the device is equipped with a 4,000 mAh battery capacity and a Kirin 710F processor. The phone is available in three colour options: Aurora Blue, Charm flame and Night black.
Honor Play 3 smartphone will go on sale from September 17 and will be pre-sold on September 10. The 4GB with 64GB version is priced at $140 (N50,600), the 4GB with 128GB version and the 6GB with 64GB variants will be available at $182 which is N65,900 in Nigeria Naira.