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Honor Teases Its First Foldable Smartphone, the Magic V

The exact release date has not yet been announced.

Chinese phone brand Honor has launched its first foldable smartphone, the Magic V, which will be the company’s next flagship product.

First image released The official Twitter account of the company. However, aside from revealing the hinge of the phone, details are sparse. An official release date has yet to be announced, but the Weibo account seems to point to a near future.

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Information about the shape of the Magic V is unclear, but Korean tech website Elec mentions that Honor’s foldable smartphone may have an 8.03-inch internal display and a 6.45-inch cover display. The device is planned to be made of ultrathin glass supplied by electronic component manufacturer BOE Technology Group.

This form factor is similar to that of the Huawei Mate X2, Honor’s former parent company. However, Huawei is prohibited from doing business in the United States, and it is this distinction that gives Honor a unique advantage.

Since it still has access to the Android license, Magic V comes with Google Mobile Service and just like honor 50.

The company’s current flagship phone, the Honor 50, comes with a 4300mAh battery and Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor, which could point to the direction Honor will take with this new device.

Honor joins the ever-growing list of tech companies embarking on creating their own foldable phones. Even Google seems to be getting into foldable smartphones, as the company recently filed a patent for flexible displays.


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Honor Teases Its First Foldable Smartphone, the Magic V

The exact launch date has yet to be announced

Chinese phone brand Honor has teased the release of its first foldable smartphone, the Magic V, slated to be the company’s next flagship product.

The initial image was released on the company’s official Twitter account. However, other than showing off the phone’s hinge, details are scarce. An official release date hasn’t been announced yet, but their Weibo account seems to point to sometime soon.

Carlo A/Getty Images

Information on the Magic V’s form is vague, but Korean tech website The Elec mentions Honor’s foldable smartphone may have an 8.03-inch inner screen with a 6.45-inch cover screen. The device is slated to be made with ultra-thin glass, provided by electronic components producer BOE Technology Group.

This form factor is similar to that of the Huawei Mate X2, which, as it turns out, is Honor’s former parent company. However, Huawei is barred from doing business in the United States, and it’s this distinction that gives Honor a unique edge.

Because it still has access to the Android license, the Magic V is slated to come with Google Mobile Service and be pre-installed with Google apps, just like the Honor 50.

The Honor 50, the company’s current flagship phone, comes with a 4300 mAh battery and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor, which may point to the direction Honor will take with this new device.

Honor is joining an ever-increasing list of tech companies venturing to create their own foldable phone. Even Google appears to be getting into foldable smartphones as the company recently filed a patent for flexible screens.

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