Just as promised, HONOR has today launched a new lineup of mid-range phones – the HONOR Play 4T and the HONOR Play 4T Pro. The two phones pack a 48MP main camera and a 4,000mAh battery, but that’s just about it when it comes to similarities.
The entry-level HONOR Play 4T features a circular cutout drilled in the top-left corner of the display and packs dual rear cameras, while the HONOR Play 4T Pro sports a notch and has three rear cameras at the back.
Another key difference is that the HONOR Play 4T features a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, while the HONOR Play 4T Pro relies on an in-display module. Have a look at their specs:
|HONOR Play 4T||HONOR Play 4T Pro|
|Display||6.39-inch HD+ IPS LCD||6.3-inch FHD+ OLED|
|Processor||Kirin 710A||Kirin 810|
|RAM||6GB||6GB / 8GB|
|Rear Camera||48MP + 2MP||48MP + 8MP + 2MP|
|Battery||4,000mAh (10W charging)||4,000mAh (22.5W charging)|
|Software||MagicUI 3.1 (Android 10)||Magic UI 2.1 (Android 9)|
|Colors||Magic Night Black, Blue Water Emerald||Magic Night Black, Blue Water Emerald, Iceland illusion|
The HONOR Play 4T costs ¥1,199 (~$170) and will go on sale starting April 21 in China. As for the HONOR Play 4T Pro, it starts at ¥1,499 (~$210) and will be up for grabs starting today. However, there is no word on international availability yet.