The Honor Magic V2 Finally Makes its Way to European Markets


While the Honor Magic V2 was initially launched several months back for buyers in China, it looks like Honor has finally brought over its premium Android foldable to European markets, giving interested folks more options in the way of foldables. For its Euro debut, the Magic V2 was launched in an exclusive event in at the Porsche Experience Center in Leipzig to members of the press and tech media.

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The Honor Magic V2 originally debuted back in July, and does manage to differentiate itself from competing foldable devices thanks in part to a very slim profile that measures only 9.9mm when folded, a titanium hinge design that’s made to be durable (Honor says it can withstand as many as 400,000 folds), as well as 16GB of RAM and 1TB of internal storage.

In terms of display hardware, the Magic V2 packs a 7.92-inch foldable OLED display and an exterior display that measures in at 6.43-inches, both of which come with 120Hz refresh rates. Powering the device is Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, which can still hold its own in this day and age.

For optics, the front of the Magic V2 includes a dual 16MP camera setup, while the back comes with a triple camera setup consisting of a 50MP ultra wide sensor with OIS and an aperture of f/2.0, a 50MP main camera with an f/1.9 aperture, as well as a 20MP telephoto camera with OIS and an aperture of f/2.4.

With all that being said, buyers in Europe can grab the HONOR Magic V2 starting from 26th Jan in Purple and Black for £1,699.99 / €1,999.

Mike Viray
A writer and content creator with a love for tech and music, Mike is also an avid gamer as well. He and his wife are big fans of Mario Kart.

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