Honor Magic Vs review has come out
Honor Magic Vs review has come out. The Honor Magic Vs recently debuted, and we were able to get our hands on a sample for internal testing. Since this is a Chinese device and it still has unfinished software, we won’t be discussing that here and instead get straight into the unpacking. A 66W charger, a USB cord, and a back panel cover are included with the phone.
An entirely new hinge design allowed the Honor Magic Vs to be far more compact and lightweight than its predecessor. The phone has a similar texture and weight as the Xiaomi Mix Fold 2. The Magic Vs is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor and has up to 12GB of RAM.
Honor Magic Vs review has come out.
Even if the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is on the horizon, the first generation is more than adequate, particularly in the Plus version. The Magic Vs’s presentations are excellent. The outside has a 6.45-inch OLED with a quicker 120Hz refresh rate, while the inside features a 7.9-inch OLED with a lower resolution of 2272x1984px and a slower refresh rate of 90Hz.
The Honor Magic Vs falls short of its immediate competitors due to its lower internal refresh rate, albeit the gap between 90Hz and 120Hz isn’t as large as between 60Hz and 90Hz. The Honor foldable offers certain benefits over similar products.
Its imaging system is impressive, adapted from the Honor 70 Pro line. The primary camera is a whopping 54 megapixels, accompanied by a 50-megapixel ultrawide and an 8-megapixel 3x telephoto lens. Another major perk is the 5,000mAh battery, which is more significant than those in the Xiaomi foldable and the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4. Because we have a lot of ground to cover, we will immediately begin accurately testing the Honor Magic Vs.