Honor’s Latest Foldable Device Feels and Weighs Like a Regular Smartphone Device

Honor’s Magic V2 is thinner and lighter as compared to its healthy competitors
Honor's Latest Foldable Device Feels and Weighs Like a Regular Smartphone Device
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Thursday, 13 July 2023, Bengaluru, India

With the continuous evolution and development in the technology sector, it is almost easy to crack that the first applications to get the next generation’s evolution and developments will be smartphone devices. As small and light as these devices are, it is almost easy to experiment on these devices for innovations and developments in the smartphone sector. 

Talking about innovations, here is a prime example of what a new-generation smartphone feels like. The new Honor Magic V2 foldable smartphone is here to change your perspective toward how one deciphers smartphones. Honor’s foldable devices have taken a leap and the latest launched device, the Magic V2 is here, and it is a thing of beauty. 

The device is unrealistically slim and lightweight. The thinnest model, which has a vegan leather cover, is only 9.9mm thick when folded. It weighs 231 grams. Honor’s Magic V2 is thinner and lighter as compared to its healthy competitors, like Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 4 (14.2mm and 263g), Google’s Pixel Fold (12.1mm and 283g), and Huawei’s Mate X3 (11.8mm and 239g) when folded. 

Holding the Honor Magic V2 feels nothing like holding a foldable smartphone. The latest Honor device sits perfectly in your palm when folded and gives almost like an iPhone 14 Pro (206 grams) and iPhone Pro Max (240 grams) kind of feeling. These folding smartphones are here to increase functionality and compatibility with a greater area to work on and make work on the go easy. 

The Honor Magic V2’s glass back version is slightly on the thicker and heavier side with 10.1mm thickness and 237 grams in weight. Comparing the vegan leather model to the flagship iPhones, it is almost in the same bracket in terms of thickness and weight when folded. How crazy is that?

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According to a press release, Honor discloses what made it possible to attain such high standards for making the slimmest foldable smartphone device. Honor said that the Magic V2 has hinges made up of 67 percent “proprietary steel” which makes it 25 percent thinner and 20 percent stronger than what the company used in making the Magic VS. 

The Honor Magic V2 has two displays with 120Hz refresh rates. The 6.43-inch external panel has a 20:9 aspect ratio, 2376 x 1060 resolution, and a stunning 2,500 nits of reported peak brightness. The internal foldable display is 7.92 inches in size, has a nearly square 2344 x 2156 resolution, and has a maximum brightness of 1,600 nits. It’s unclear to me if Honor used any ultrathin glass in the manufacture of the internal screen, but it seems like plastic.

Despite the smaller size, the battery capacity remains at 5,000mAh and can be fast-charged at 66W. Moreover, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is used this time around as opposed to the Gen 1 version. There are three sensors on the back—a 50-megapixel primary camera, a 50-megapixel ultrawide camera, and a 20-megapixel telephoto camera—as well as two 16-megapixel selfie cameras, 16GB of RAM, and internal storage that ranges from 256GB to 1TB.

Source- The verge

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