Nov 23rd, 2022

Usually when we see phones from Chinese brands like Honor, sometimes the devices the company launches tend to focus only on China. This is quite a pity because some of these phones pack some interesting and amazing specs that most of us might never get to see, but that won’t be the case with Honor’s latest foldable, the Honor Magic Vs.

This is Honor’s latest foldable smartphone and it looks like it wants to compete against the Samsung Galaxy Z fold series. According to Honor, the Magic Vs is the lightest foldable smartphone in the market at the moment weighing in at just 261g, while also measuring 12.9mm thin.

Under the hood, the handset will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset where it will be offered in either 8GB or 12GB RAM variants, and also 256GB or 512GB storage options. The handset also boasts a 6.45-inch display when folded, which will then expand to 7.9-inches when unfolded, giving users a tablet-like experience.

It also features a buttery smooth 120Hz refresh rate and comes with features like Dynamic Dimming and Circadian Night Display, the latter of which reduces the amount of blue light emitted by the device to help prevent unwanted side effects that might affect the user’s sleeping patterns.

On the camera front, the Honor Magic Vs will feature a 54MP IMX800 main shooter, a 50MP ultrawide and macro camera, and a 8MP 3X Optical Zoom Camera. Last but not least, there will also be a 5,000mAh battery to top things off.

The Honor Magic Vs is available for pre-order in China for 7,499 RMB (~$1,046) and is expected to launch in global markets in the early part of 2023.

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