Honor Magic V2 Will Cost the Same as the Honor Magic Vs in the Global Market

Honor Magic V2

Back in July, Honor launched the Honor Magic V2 in the Chinese market. Now, after much anticipation, Honor has finally confirmed that the foldable device will be making its way to the international market. Honor has also unveiled the phone to the global audience at the IFA 2023 event, which took place in Berlin, Germany.

However, the brand didn’t make any official statement regarding the international pricing of the Honor Magic V2. But for those looking forward to getting the foldable device, Honor CEO, Mr. George Zhao, has some good news for you. At the IFA event, he said that the Honor Magic Vs is a good reference for the Magic V2 in terms of pricing.

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Not caught up with the global releases of Honor? The Magic Vs got a global release back in February of this year. It debuted with a price tag of €1,599, which is for the 12GB/512GB model. So, according to the words from the Honor CEO, the Honor Magic V2 will be in the same price range in the international markets.

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Now, if you didn’t catch our original coverage regarding the Honor Magic V2, the phone comes with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. It features two screens; the internal screen is a 7.92-inch panel, while the external one is 6.43-inch in size. Both screens feature LTPO OLED technology with resolutions of 2344×2156 pixels (internal) and 2376×1060 pixels (external). Also, they have support for 120Hz refresh rate.

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Moreover, the Magic V2 comes with a 5000mAh battery that can charge at 66W. In terms of the camera setup, the phone has a 50MP primary camera on the back with OIS. There is a 50MP ultrawide and 20MP telephoto sensor with OIS too. And on the front, the phone comes with a 16MP selfie shooter. You can learn more about the phone here.

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