Discover the Slimmest Foldable Phone in the Market: Honor Magic V2

Honor Magic V2

Honor recently introduced their latest foldable phone, called the Magic V2. This phone is an impressive piece of design, measuring only 9.9mm when folded (and 4.7mm when unfolded). It also has one of the lightest foldables you can find, weighing just 231 grams. Up until now, the thinnest foldable phone available was the Xiaomi Mix Fold 2, which is 11.2mm thick when folded and weighs 262 grams.

Another impressive design feature of the Magic V2 is its unique hinge mechanism. It does not require gears and also features a unibody design. This mechanism utilizes a 3D-printed cover made of titanium alloy, developed specifically by Honor. Additionally, the folding mechanism incorporates custom short screws in the hinge component. While there is no official waterproof rating, Honor has confirmed that the Magic V2 is protected against accidental water splashes with the P2i coating applied to all internal elements.

Honor Magic V2 Key Specifications Honor Magic V2

The Magic V2 comes with a large 7.92-inch primary screen that uses LTPO OLED technology. It has a resolution of 2,156 x 2,344 pixels and a high refresh rate of 120Hz. The panel is HDR 10+ compliant, meaning it can display a wider range of colors and contrast. In auto mode, the screen can reach a brightness of up to 1,600 nits. This ensures good visibility even in bright environments. Honor has also included a 3,840Hz high-frequency PWM dimming feature, which eliminates flickering and ensures smooth animations. The main display also houses a 16MP front-facing camera in a punch-hole cutout and supports stylus input.

Display Honor Magic V2

The cover screen of the Magic V2 measures 6.43 inches and utilizes a 10-bit OLED panel. It has a resolution of 2,376 x 1,060 pixels and a refresh rate of 120Hz. Similar to the main display, the cover screen also features the high-frequency PWM dimming technology. In auto mode, the cover screen can reach a peak brightness of up to 2,500 nits. This makes it one of the brightest displays on a smartphone. Additionally, the cover screen supports stylus input, allowing users to conveniently jot down notes while on the move.

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Chipset and Storage Options

The Magic V2 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. This includes a fast Cortex-X3 prime core overclocked at 3.36 GHz. The device offers two storage options: 12GB RAM with either 256GB or 512GB storage. Moreover, there is a higher-end variant called the Magic V2 Ultimate, offering 16GB RAM and 1TB of storage.

Camera and Other Features of the Honor Magic V2 Honor Magic V2

On the rear of the phone, the Magic V2 features a 50MP main camera with an f/1.9 aperture and optical image stabilization (OIS). It is accompanied by a 50MP ultrawide module with an f/2.0 aperture and a 20MP telephoto module capable of 2.5x optical zoom and also equipped with OIS.

The Magic V2 operates on MagicOS 7.2, which is based on Android 13. It is equipped with a 5,000mAh battery made of silicon-carbon material, offering long-lasting usage. The device supports 66W wired charging, allowing for quick charging times.

Prices, Colors and Availability of Honor Magic V2 Honor Magic V2

The Magic V2 is available in several color options, including Black, Silk Black, Silk Purple, and Gold. The base model, with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage, is selling for CNY 8,999 ($1,254). The version with 12GB RAM and 512GB storage costs CNY 9,999 ($1,394). Additionally, there is a higher-end edition called the Magic V2 Ultimate, which features 16GB RAM and 1TB storage and is priced at CNY 11,999 ($1,672).

Pre-orders for the Magic V2 in China will begin later today, while open sales are set to commence on July 20. However, Honor has not yet provided confirmation regarding the pricing and availability of the device in international markets. We will update our readers as soon as the company provides such information.

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