On July 5, Honour will introduce the Honour X50, a mid-range smartphone designed for the Chinese market. In addition, the business is rumoured to be planning an announcement of two foldable smartphones for July 12 in China. Honor’s foldable phones are expected to debut soon now that they have received certification from China’s MIIT authorities. Follow our website Viralstimes.com to find out the latest news!
Series MIIT certification for the Honour Magic V2
Honor’s VER-AN10 foldable phone received certification from the MIIT organisation in May. The 3C certification platform afterwards spotted it with a 66W charger. Now, Honor’s VER-AN00 folding phone is the second of its kind to be officially recognised by MIIT. Also Read – Honour 90, Honour 90 Pro specs leaked before May 29 launch
WHY LAB claims to have information that one of them, the Honour Magic V2, will include the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 SoC. The other model, the tipster stated, will use the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor and will be dubbed the Honour Magic V2 Supreme Edition.
A 2K LTPO foldable screen with high-frequency dimming capabilities is rumoured to be included in the Honour Magic V2. A 5,000 mAh dual-cell battery is expected to power the smartphone, with 66W conventional charging and 50W wireless charging also supported. Also Read – Honor Released cheaper 80 Pro in China has few downgrades
Compared to the Mate X3, which measures 156.9 x 72.4 x 11.8mm when folded and weighs about 240 grammes, the Magic V2 is rumoured to have a thinner and lighter design. Soon to be released in the Chinese market are the foldable smartphones Xiaomi MIX Fold 3 and OPPO Find N3. The Magic V2 is likely to compete with these devices.