Honor, another growing smartphone maker will be entering the market with two new phones, namely the mid-range model X50 and the flagship foldable phone Magic V2.
It is reported that both phones will be released in the second half of this year, equipped with different Snapdragon processors, with good performance and battery life.
According to reports, the Honor X50 will use the first-generation Snapdragon 6 mobile platform manufactured by Samsung’s 4nm process. The CPU performance is about 40% higher than that of the Snapdragon 695, and the GPU performance is about 35% higher. The phone is also equipped with an HM6 sensor and a built-in large 6000mAh battery, which is expected to be officially released in June.
Honor Magic V2 is a folding screen mobile phone, which will adopt a thinner and lighter body design. It is reported to be thinner and lighter than Huawei Mate X3.
According to Digital Questioning Station, the screen quality of the device is also very good. It is a specially customised new substrate 2K LTPO high-frequency dimming screen, which not only has excellent display effects but also effectively protects the eyes.
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The phone will also be equipped with a large-capacity battery equivalent to 5000mAh, which supports 66W wired fast charging and 50W wireless fast charging.
The Honor Magic V2 engineering machine has Snapdragon 8+ and Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 versions, suggesting that it will provide a variety of models, but IT Home speculates that it may also be the effect of testing different processors in the engineering phone stage.
The phone is expected to be officially released in July.
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