AnTuTu benchmark confirms the complete specs of the Honor Magic 2


Honor Magic 2

Honor Magic 2 will be officially launched on October 31, and there are only two days left until the official launch. We have already seen the official press renderings that reveal all the details of the design including the colors and the three vertically aligned rear cameras with LED flash at the top, while there is no rear fingerprint sensor that confirms the fingerprint sensor under the display.

In addition to the benchmark on Geekbench, Today it has emerged a new one on AnTuTu that confirms the main hardware specifications we have already seen on TENAA a long time ago.

Antutu confirms that Honor Magic 2 sports a Full HD+ display and is powered by the Kirin 980 processor along with 8 GB of RAM. It comes with 128 GB of internal memory and it is based on Android 9 Pie. The code name of the phone model is TNY-AL00.

Honor Magic 2 is already present on the Chinese TENAA certification agency with all the hardware specifications. Honor Magic 2 features a biometric sensor under the 6.39-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display in 19:9. The phone does not have the notch, thanks to the sliding mechanism like the Xiaomi Mi MIX 3.

Honor Magic 2 should have three 16MP + 2MP + 2MP front cameras.

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1 Comment

  1. SkidMark007
    October 30, 2018

    Know that this is going to be a good phone, BUT, this ANTUTU Benchmark score is not even in the Android top ten!
    What happen to that great new 7nm Kirin 980 SOC? The numbers should be much closer to the 300,000 mark for this new chip. Maybe the 980 is not really all that great, if the older SD 845 chips, are blowing out of the water!

    The new SD855/8150 SOC is coming in less than 2 months! And it will be about 20% faster, which should put the
    (Sd845) 270,000 score up into
    (Sd855) 320,000 mark!