The biggest change is the flat display. It’s still a 6.67-inch AMOLED panel that refreshes at 120Hz, but has lower 2400x1080px resolution.
Built into the display is a single, lower-res, 32MP selfie camera in place of the 50MP + 2MP combo on the original Pro.
The rear camera system is also different. The 160MP main camera is joined by an inferior 8MP ultrawide camera with fixed-focus instead of the autofocusing 50MP. The 2MP depth sensor is still here.
Powering the new Honor 80 Pro is still the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset with up to 12GB of RAM. The battery has 4,800mAh capacity and supports 66W charging. Software-wise, the Honor 80 Pro runs Android 12 underneath MagicOS 7.
The flat-screen Honor 80 Pro will be sold onlyin brick-and-mortar stores. It’s on shelves today in Black, Green, and Pink, priced CNY 3,599 for the 12/256GB model.