According to some recent pieces of information, HONOR is going to debut two new products. Notably, the company will unveil the HONOR Magic Vs2 and Watch 4 Pro on October 12. Reportedly, the forthcoming Magic Vs2 is thinner compared to the Magic V2 that was launched in July this year. The smartphone made its international appearance just last month during the IFA in Berlin. One thing to notice here is that the Magic V2 is not available on the global market; however, the upcoming Magic Vs2 might be.
The Magic Vs were offered everywhere, but not the HONOR Magic V. So, unlike the HONOR Magic V2, the next Magic Vs2 could launch globally. All we can do is wait and see. Concerning the form factor, the Magic Vs2 is a significant improvement as compared to the Magic V2. According to recent reports, the company claims that the smartphone will be thinner and lighter. The tipster Digital Chat Station revealed that the smartphone will be powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. In contrast, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 powers the HONOR Magic V2.
The HONOR Magic Vs2 has powerful specs overall
Reportedly, the smartphone features a 50MP primary camera, a 2.5x portrait lens, and a 16mm ultrawide unit. It will feature 66W fast wired charging, 16GB of RAM, a 2K main display, a foldable display, and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. According to some leaked sources, the company is aiming at standard smartphones with the HONOR Magic Vs2, given its pricing and thickness. For this reason, it might be less expensive than the Magic V2. Well, all reports will become more meaningful at the press event of the company scheduled for October 12.
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