Honor X5 Plus Unveiled With 5200mAh Battery, 50MP Dual Camera

Honor launched the X5 budget-friendly smartphone in the globally market in January of this year, powered by the Helio G25 SoC. However, recent rumors suggest that the company is also working on the Honor X5 Plus, a smartphone that has already received TDRA certification. Honor went a step further today by uploading the smartphone to its global website. Although cost and availability are uncertain, the device’s full characteristics have been released.

The Honor X5 Plus appears to be a low-cost smartphone, maybe priced under $100, based on its appearance and specifications. The smartphone features a flat back design with two cameras. The phone’s edges are also flat, and the front has a waterdrop notch encircled thick bezels. The phone’s display measures 6.56 inches and has a refresh rate of 90Hz, HD+ resolution, and a 20:15:0 aspect ratio.


Honor claims that the display on the X5 Plus has Dynamic Dimming technology, which mimics changes in natural light to alleviate potential eye fatigue. The MediaTek Helio G36 octa-core chipset powers the smartphone.

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The Honor X5 Plus has two cameras: a 50 MP primary camera (f/1.8) and an unidentified megapixel depth camera (f/2.4). A 5MP front camera with an f/2.2 aperture is offered for taking selfies. A 5200mAh battery powers the smartphone, and a 10W quick charging option is available when the battery is running low.

The phone comes pre-installed with Android 13 and the MagicOS 7.1 skin. The gadget will come in colors including Cyan Lake and Midnight Black. Honor is anticipated to provide information about the pricing and availability in the following days. Rest assured that we’ll keep you informed of any changes.

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