Honor launched the Magic V2 this Wednesday (12), which is touted as the “world’s thinnest foldable phone.” It is only 9.9 mm thick when the device is closed and 4.7 mm when opened.It surpasses the Google Pixel Fold at 12.1mm and 5.8mm, respectively.

Weighing just 231g, the smartphone has a titanium hinge that is 150% stronger and 27% narrower than the one used in the Magic V. up to 10 years.

As for the displays, the new competitor of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 has a 6.43-inch external display with a resolution of 2376 x 1060 pixels and a 7.92-inch internal panel with a resolution of 2344 x 2156 pixels. Both are OLED, support 120Hz frequency and 3840Hz PWM dimmingminimizes virtual fatigue.

Honor Magic V2 is powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor alongside Adreno 740 GPU, 16GB RAM and 256GB, 512GB and 1TB internal storage options. OS MagicOS 7.2 based on Android 13.

Dual front camera and fast charging

As for the photo set, Honor’s new foldable mobile features a triple configuration on the back with a 50 MP main lens, an ultra-wide 50 MP and a 20 MP telephoto along with 4K – optical stabilization (OIS). not available on most open camera. On the front, there are two 16 MP cameras, one on each screen.

Equipped with a 5,000 mAh battery, the smartphone allows you to regain 100% of the energy level in a short time with 66W fast charging compatibility. Other highlights are 5G, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.3 and NFC connectivity.

Four color options are available in China, Honor Magic V2 starts at 8,999 yuan, which is equivalent to approximately BRL 6,000 at the exchange rate of the day, without considering taxes and duties. There is currently no information about the global availability of the phone.

Source: Tec Mundo

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