We are now mere days away from the formal unveiling on January 10 of Honor’s initial foldable smartphone, the Magic V. This will be similar in principle to Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold3, Xiaomi’s Mi Combine Fold, and Oppo’s Come across N, and currently the Chinese version of Esquire magazine has resolved to demonstrate us just what the Honor Magic V looks like, by putting up this picture on Weibo:
That’s a faux (sorry, vegan) leather back, which is intriguing to see in a foldable for confident. The orangey shade reminds us of the Oppo Discover X2 Professional, though the frame is obviously made out of steel and there are three cameras on the rear. There is an upward-struggling with speaker (presumably paired with a downward-going through a single for stereo result), and the energy and quantity buttons are on the same (right) facet. That’s just about all we can say about the system from this photo.
This ‘leather’ version certainly is not going to be the only coloration selection for you, though, as earlier teasers showed the Honor Magic V in a silver metallic trim. The cellphone is anticipated to be the very first foldable powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.
According to previous rumors, it will operate Android 12 out of the box and have 66W fast charging, a 50 MP principal rear digicam, and substantial refresh fee screens – while not matched, as the external just one will be 120 Hz although the interior just one will settle for ‘just’ 90 Hz. That is, of class, if these kinds of allegations will pan out.
The launch is occurring in China, which implies the Magic V will possibly continue to be confined to that one particular industry, at the very least to begin with. We’re hoping (and keeping our fingers crossed) for a international start in the foreseeable future.