Are you looking for a new smartphone from the Honor brand but are torn between the Honor 70, Honor 70 Lite, Magic5 Lite, Magic5 Pro and Magic Vs? Here are some comparison items to help you decide which one is right for you.
When it comes to design, everyone has their own taste. However, it must be recognized that the Honor brand mobiles that we have selected for you benefit from very beautiful lines. The most conventional and the most classic is the Honor 70 Lite, which is very affordable with its sensor module, squared on the back, top right. The Honor 70 photographic lens offers two circles for a more elegant combination. The Magic5 Lite takes the iconic design of the Magic series with a large circle that encases the sensors around its perimeter, while the Magic5 Pro offers a larger circle, but with the sensors protruding inside. Finally, Magic Vs benefits from an exceptional design with a folding design that opens like a book. It weighs 267 grams and offers a height of 160.3 mm and a height of 162.9 mm against 219 grams for the Magic5 Pro. The Honor 70 Lite weighs 194 grams, compared to the Honor 70’s 178 grams and the Magic 5 Lite’s 175 grams. It’s the latter with a 7.9mm profile versus the Magic 5 Pro’s 8.77mm. Fully open, the Magic Vs 6.1mm, when fully closed, it’s 12.9mm.
The Magic5 Pro and Magic5 Lite benefit from a 5100 mAh battery, which is 100 mAh more than the Magic Vs and Honor 70 Lite. Honor 70 offers 4800 mAh capacity. Magic5 Pro, Magic Vs and Honor 70 support charging at 66 watts compared to 40 watts for Magic5 Lite and 22.5 watts for Honor 70 Lite. Only the Magic5 Pro can charge wirelessly and offers reverse charging.
Which provides the best performance?
If you are looking for a more powerful phone, Magic5 Pro is the one to choose. In fact, it uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, which is currently the fastest chip for Android mobiles. It is paired with 12 GB of RAM. This is also the case with Magic Vs but with Soc Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, slightly less efficient, but it still offers a completely fluid interface and the possibility to play demanding games, for example with maximum quality. The Honor 70 comes with its Snapdragon 778G+ processor with 8 GB of expandable RAM, followed by the Magic5 Lite with the Snapdragon 695 and finally the Honor 70 Lite with the Snapdragon 480+ with 4 GB of RAM. Plus 3 virtual GB.
For connectivity, all devices will be compatible with 5G networks. The Honor 70 Lite and Magic5 Lite offer Wi-Fi 5 versus Wi-Fi 6 for the Honor 70 and Magic Vs, while the Magic5 Pro offers Wi-Fi 6 but can be upgraded to Wi-Fi 7 with an upgrade. Until today. All support Bluetooth and NFC technology. Magic5 Pro and Magic Vs are eSIM compatible. The latter has an infrared transmitter that allows it to be turned into a universal remote control. Magic5 Pro is certified waterproof and dustproof. There is a fingerprint reader under the screen. While the Magic Vs and Honor 70 Lite are in profile, the same goes for the Honor 70 and Magic5 Lite.
What is the best screen and settings for photos?
Specially equipped with two screens Magic Vs. One is an external 6.45-inch AMOLED 120Hz 1200 cd/m² brightness and curved side, and the other is an internal, 7.9-inch AMOLED 90Hz folding with 800 cd/m² brightness. Both are HDR10+ compatible. You can start consulting one application first and finish it on the other side, without change. It is very practical and offers great convenience for on-screen multimedia. Otherwise, the best screen is installed on the Magic5 Pro. It utilizes several technologies to reduce eye fatigue and offers a diagonal of 6.81 inches with 4 curved sides and a refresh rate that varies from 1 to 120 Hz depending on the application in use. It is HDR10+ compatible and according to Honor, offers 1800 cd/m² brightness to enjoy it in all conditions.
The Honor 70 and Magic5 Lite screens share the same characteristics, namely a 6.67-inch AMOLED panel with curved edges on both sides, HDR10 compatible and a resolution of 1080×2400 pixels with a maximum frequency of 120 Hz. The Honor 70 Lite’s screen is 6.5 inches on an LCD panel, with 720×1600 pixels and a frequency definition of 90 Hz, which is lower quality and therefore less fluid than the others.
Finally, in terms of photos, the Magic5 Pro is positioned as one of the best photophones in the world, with a configuration of 50 + 50 + 50 megapixels with 3.5x optical zoom and two optically stabilized sensors. The Magic Vs offers a 54 + 50 + 8 megapixel module with 3x optical zoom, almost like the Honor 70, which is equipped with a 54 + 50 + 2 megapixel block, the last module for photos in macro mode.
Magic5 Lite has 64+5+2 megapixels on the back, Honor 70 Lite has 50+2+2 megapixels on the back. The Honor 70 has a 32-megapixel lens for selfies, while the Magic5 Lite and Magic Vs offer a 16-megapixel unit against the Magic5 Pro’s 12-megapixels on the front and the Honor 70 Lite’s 8-megapixels on the front.