Honor Magic Vs
The Honor Magic Vs rolls out with a very sleek and slim design, hitting just 12.9mm thickness in its folded state and just 6.1mm when unfolded, noticeably slimmer than the Galaxy Z Fold 4. It has a redesigned hinge which is a gearless hinge, with no gears in the folding mechanism, which brings enhanced durability and is good for around 400,000 folds. It has a gapless design that leaves almost no crevice to be seen from the side when the phone is folded.
The Honor Magic Vs has a 5,000mAh battery on deck, the current standard for traditional Android flagships. Such a large battery is great news for the battery life of the phone, and Honor says that its battery should last 2 hours and more in comparison with the Z Fold 4 in folded mode and an hour or so more in unfolded mode versus the Galaxy Z Fold 4’s 4,400mAh juicer.
The Honor Magic Vs has a 6.45-inch OLED screen with a 21:9 aspect ratio and 120Hz refresh rate, as well as 1200 nits maximum brightness and 1920Hz PWM (pulse-width modulation) dimming. Inside the Honor Magic Vs, we find a 7.9-inch OLED display with 90Hz refresh rate, QHD+ resolution and 800 nits of maximum brightness, as well as the same 1920Hz PWM dimming technology.
The Honor Magic Vs comes along with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip. It will be outfitted with 12GB of RAM and 512GB of internal storage.
The phone also comes with a triple-camera setup, consisting of 54MP main camera, an 8MP telephoto lens, as well as a 50MP ultra-wide camera, as well as a flicker sensor at the back which automatically adjusts the shooting settings so that you get no flicker in your videos.
The Honor Magic Vs is priced at EUR1599 in Europe, and won’t be available in the US. The exact dates of the phone’s availability on the shelves depends on the specific market.