We already knew Honor is makings its comeback to Europe later this month on October 26 with the Honor 50 and now WinFuture is here to reveal the pricing details. The baseline 6GB RAM and 128GB storage model will reportedly go for €499 while the 8/256GB trim will set you back €599. Unfortunately, there’s no mention of the Honor 50 Pro joining its vanilla counterpart.
Honor 50 also packs a curved 6.57-inch OLED with a 120Hz refresh rate and a respectable camera setup with a 108MP main shooter with a 1/1.52-inch sensor and 9 to 1 pixel binning. The accompanying shooters are an 8MP ultrawide snapper and two 2MP modules for macro shots and depth data.
More important to EU users is the fact that Honor 50 comes with Google Play Services in tow and thus no need to sideload apps and put your security at risk. Add in 66W fast wired charging, an in-screen fingerprint scanner, flashy set of colors and the Honor 50 looks like an interesting option.
Source (in German)