Honor Magic5 Pro flagship phone is available to buy NOW

ANDROID fans, pay attention: an exciting new smartphone has just hit the shelves.

Honor launched its brand-new flagship smartphone, the Magic5 Pro, earlier today – and it goes on general sale today.

Honor’s latest flagship mobile has just hit the UK market

The Magic 5 Series was officially unveiled by Honor back in March at MWC Barcelona, and was met with a huge wave of buzz and anticipation.

This top-of-the-range tech is a seriously impressive-looking newcomer, and one that’s entered the Android market as an undeniable big-hitter.

From its distinctive design to the array of high-spec features, Honor’s latest flagship device looks guaranteed to further set the smartphone brand on its path to household-name status in the UK.

The Honor Magic5 Pro has been available to pre-order for a week but it’s now gone on general sale – so if you place an order it will be dispatched immediately.

And if you need any more incentive to pre-order? Take a look at a launch deal for Honor that offers the phone at a reduced price, and with a fantastic bundle worth £500 (scroll down for more details).

Read on to find out more about the Honor Magic5 Pro, including its pre-order price, release date, design, specs and features.


Who can resist a freebie with a flagship? As it happens, the Magic 5 Pro comes with three of them

Buy the Magic5 Pro and you can claim a pair of noise-cancelling Honor Earbuds 3 Pro, along with a wireless charging stand and premium phone case. All together they’re worth £500 so that’s quite the giveaway.

Buy the Honor Magic5 Pro

Honor Magic5 Pro release date

Pre-orders for the Honor Magic5 Pro went live on Wednesday 19th April, and it went on general sale on Friday 28th April.

We imagine that anyone who pre-ordered the phone should expect it to arrive on their doorsteps on Saturday 29th April.

Honor Magic5 Pro price

The SIM-free Magic5 Pro is available to purchase from the official Honor website for £949.99. That’s the same price as its predecessor, the Magic4 Pro.

However, if you enter the early-bird code AM5PRO80 when you pay at the checkout, you can save a further £80 off the price if you order in advance.

Honor Magic5 Pro deals: where to buy

If you would rather pick up the Magic5 Pro via a pay-monthly plan, you’ll find that it’s stocked at a number of UK providers.

  • Affordable Mobiles: 100GB data, £43 per month, £0 upfront – buy here
  • Fonehouse: 100GB data, £42 per month, £0 upfront – buy here
The Honor Magic5 Pro is available in black and meadow green (pictured)

Honor Magic5 Pro: design, features and specs

The Honor Magic5 Pro sports an eye-catching look, and under the hood, it comes with an impressive range of features that certainly ups the game of the Magic4 Pro. 

The design features a curved, organic silhouette and a rear triple-50MP camera unit that’s housed in a raised, circular face that Honor calls the ‘Eye of the Muse’.

In a phone market that’s saturated with a depressing amount of copycat and uninventive looks, it’s refreshing to see a handset range that’s so unapologetically unique. 

The display is a distinctly high calibre: the screen is OLED with a 120Hz refresh rate, measures 6.81 inches, and the curved edges look absolutely stunning.

Inside the Magic5 Pro, there’s some serious horsepower: it’s powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset which was launched on the market in 2022. 

We love the sound of the camera’s AI motion-capture feature, which lets you take pictures in fast-moving scenes (think sports, gigs, dancing) with an added level of clarity. The Magic5 Pro also comes equipped with Honor’s Falcon Capture meaning you can take quick snaps with top precision.

Power-wise, Honor states that the Magic5 Pro’s 5100mAh battery should offer a good 12 hours of life with heavy usage – those are good numbers for a heavyweight device.

It’s available in two colours: black and ‘meadow green.’

If you’re looking for a more affordable alternative, it’s worth taking a look at the Magic5 Lite from the same range, which you can buy for £279.99 from the Honor website.

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