Honor has recently released the Magic V2 series of foldable smartphones in China, with prices starting at around INR 103,797 or CNY 8999.
The company has now announced that it will showcase these devices at IFA 2023, along with other products. The Magic V2 series is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and features LPDDR5X memory, UFS 4.0 flash memory, and a custom-designed radio frequency enhancement chip.
It also comes with an independent security storage chip, 0.22mm ultra-thin VC, ultra-high thermal conductivity graphite, thermal gel, and heat-dissipation copper foil.
Additionally, it has a multi-layer three-dimensional heat dissipation system with a total heat dissipation area of 29000mm². The device comes in four different color options: elegant black, velvet black, velvet purple, and Yunxia gold.
At just 9.9mm thin, the Honor Magic V2 is even thinner than the Huawei Mate50 RS when folded. When unfolded, it measures a mere 4.7mm, making it one of the sleekest foldables available.
The device boasts two impressive displays – a 6.43-inch 2376×1060 BOE OLED external screen with a 20:9 aspect ratio, 1500nit global maximum brightness, 2500nit peak brightness, and second-generation nano-ceramic glass cover; and a 7.92-inch 2344 ×2156 BOE OLED internal screen with a 9.8:9 aspect ratio and 1000nits of global maximum brightness with 1600nit peak brightness.
There’s support for 120Hz LTPO refresh rate with 3840Hz high-frequency PWM dimming and 1.07 billion colors, 100% DCI-P3 color gamut, ultra-dynamic color display, and flicker-free certification from TÜV Rheinland. Both screens also support natural light eye protection and are compatible with styluses.
The device also features a durable Luban titanium alloy hinge and Honor’s self-developed shield steel, which have been tested to withstand over 400,000 folds without any issues.
This ensures that the device can handle daily wear and tear with ease. In terms of cameras, the Magic V2 sports a 16MP front-facing camera on both the outer and inner screens.
On the back, it has a powerful 50MP main camera, accompanied by a 50MP ultra-wide-angle lens and a 20MP telephoto lens that supports up to 40x zoom. Powering the device is a long-lasting 5000mAh Qinghai Lake battery that supports rapid 66W fast charging.
Despite its slender design, the battery is thinner than conventional batteries, measuring just 2.72mm. Additionally, the Magic V2 boasts an ultra-thin surrounding antenna and runs on Honor’s latest MagicOS 7.2 operating system out of the box.
Overall, the Honor Magic V2 offers a top-notch user experience with its cutting-edge technology, premium materials, and advanced features.
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