Honor will hold a global press conference on August 12, officially launching its first high-end flagship product since independence — the Honor Magic 3.
Yesterday, the Honor CEO, Zhao Ming was interviewed by a Chinese TV channel, and during the interview he showed the Honor Magic 3.
As we can see in the video, when Zhao Ming was introducing the AI function of the mobile phone, he showed up a new machine we had never seen before. Not surprisingly, there is every reason to think this is the new Honor Magic 3. Though this phone comes with a protective case, we can still see that there are 5 cameras on the upper part of the back – two on the top and three on the bottom. The overall structure has a trapezoidal look. The entire module is very large, and it occupies almost half area of the back.
This is in line with the official statement that the Honor Magic 3 will have “more than one main camera.”
Apart from the appearance, Zhao Ming also introduced a new AI function of the Magic3 series. It is called the “Look at Mute”. Simply put, when the phone calls, staring at the phone can make the ringtone lower. Agree that this is quite useful for cases when it is inconvenient to answer the phone. He also said that this handset will come with a number of AI technologies. Zhao Ming said that the Honor Magic 3 series will further support AI in terms of power consumption, battery life, imaging, privacy, and other areas to bring users a more extreme product experience.
Honor Magic 3 Features
The Honor Magic 3 will come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 Plus processor. The front of the Honor Magic 3 uses a pill-shaped double-hole waterfall screen. Plus, the upper and lower borders are very narrow.
The new Honor Magic 3 series flagship will provide two versions of Magic 3 and Magic 3 Pro. Both will come with the same appearance. The only difference is that the former uses a double-hole face-to-face screen, while the Honor Magic 3 Pro has a hyperboloid screen. The Pro version will bring stronger configuration. For example, it is expected to introduce a 3D structured light solution to support higher-level face recognition.