Honor is getting ready to unveil its next flagship smartphone. After its parent company, Huawei introduced its new Mate 20 series, it’s time for the sub-brand to do some magic. Of course, pun intended! The Honor Magic 2 has already got an official release date, i.e. October 31. So far there are certain things Honor Magic 2 is believed to come with Kirin 980 SoC, the same Huawei Mate 20 Pro processor.
So, what’s the new information we have on the Honor Magic 2?
Apparently, Honor’s official Weibo (China’s microblogging) page, gave us the exclusive look at this fancy new premium smartphone. As suspected, it will be sporting a slider design, which will help in offering the true bezel-less display. The implementation is of is of similar fashion, which we saw earlier on the OPPO Find X. While there would be plenty of people who would be concerned with the reliability of this mechanical placement of the front cameras. Honor looks quite confident showing off the slider on its official channel.
The Honor Magic 2 was revealed in two colour variants blue gradient and red gradient. This photo gallery showcases almost the complete look of the device. The photo of the rear gives us confirmation that Honor Magic 2 will be sporting a four cameras set up. The arrangement is like this; three lenses are placed together and one separately. It is in a vertical manner.
There are some rumoured Honor Magic 2 specifications that you should know about. It is believed to sport a 3400mAh capacity battery. And will allegedly come with Huawei’s 40W SuperCharge technology support. The internals could include an 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. It could be running on the Android 9.0 Pie OS based EMUI out of the box. There is not much known about the camera department.
Honor Magic 2 Leaked in a Video
Apart from the official snaps of the upcoming Honor Magic 2, there is a leaked video that has made its way to YouTube. It showcases a person snapping the slider in and out continuously. The video set out to test the durability of the slider, as per the title suggests. Well, we would only able to comment once the device gets released and when we got our hands-on with it. Until then stay tuned in to Mr. Phone for more technology content.