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Honor 90 GT Spare Parts Price have been Revealed

Honor unveiled its latest smartphone, the Honor 90 GT, last week with a focus on performance. Last year’s Honor 80 GT is now replaced by this device, which was previously rumored as Honor 100 GT.

The main reason for its popularity is its Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. It is considered one of the best Qualcomm mobile chips to date and provides exceptional performance with reduced power consumption.

As of yesterday, the product was on sale. Afterwards, the company has revealed the prices of its spare parts.

Just like with all phones, the Honor 90 GT’s motherboard is the most costly component. Starting at ¥1,899 ($265), you can purchase the base 12GB + 256GB variant and then increase to ¥2,679 ($375) for the 24GB + 1TB version.

The 16MP selfie camera and the 12MP ultrawide camera are the most affordable parts. ¥149 ($20) is the price for each of them.

Here is the complete list of spare parts for Honor 90 GT and their prices.

The cost of the display is ¥779 ( $110).
The battery is priced at ¥229 ( $32).
Motherboard
¥1,899 ( $265) is the price for 12GB and 256GB
¥2,099 ($295) is the price for 16GB + 256GB
¥2,299 ( $320) is the price for 16GB + 512GB
¥2,679 ( $375) is the price for 24GB + 1TB
Back panel – 259 (about $35).
Cameras
The front is priced at ¥149 ( $20)
The rear (Main) is priced at ¥479 ($65)
Rear (Ultrawide) – ¥149 (about $20)
Depending on the type of service, labor charges can range from ¥50 ( $7) to ¥150 ( $20).

The Honor 90 GT is equipped with a 6.7-inch flat OLED display that is centered and has minimal bezels all around. 2664 x 1200 pixels (1.5K) are provided on the screen with a refresh rate of 120Hz and 3840Hz PWM dimming.

The smartphone’s internals include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip, LPDDR5x RAM, and UFS 4.0 storage. To keep the thermals in check, it employs a 3D vapor chamber cooling system.

The phone has a two-camera system that includes an OIS-aided Sony IMX906 primary sensor and a 12MP ultrawide unit. On top, there is a 16MP camera.

MagicOS 7.2 is being booted on the device using Android 14. It is powered by a 5,200mAh battery and has support for 100W wired charging.