The Magic4 Lite model so far appears only in France with only one memory configuration – 6/128 GB. There are three colorways to choose from, Ocean Blue, Titanium Silver and Midnight Black.
The phone is powered by the Snapdragon 695. Note that the Magic4 Lite and X9 5G variants come with Google Play services, while the X30 is for China skips the Google stuff.
The display is fairly large with a 6.81” diagonal, the IPS LCD panel has 1,080 x 2,388 px resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. The camera on the back may be designed to mimic the impressive Magic4, but the setup is quite basic – a 48MP main camera, a 2MP macro and 2MP depth sensor. The camera on the front has a 16MP sensor.
One thing that the Lite shares with the premium Magic4 is the battery – 4,800 mAh capacity and 66W fast charging. This should be fast enough to get to 80% in 30 minutes.
There’s no pricing for the Honor Magic4 Lite yet, but you can keep an eye on the official store. The Honor X9 5G version launched in Malaysia at RM 1,300 (€275/$310).
The Honor family will continue growing tomorrow. The Honor Play 6T series is expected to launch in China tomorrow (April 7). Official details are scarce, but we expect to see a couple of devices (we’ve heard talk of Dimensity 800 and Snapdragon 778G chipsets).
Actually Honor has alway done this with a few tweaks nothing new.
This phone is looking nice, do not need a new at the moment but its looking good.
Honor and POCO follow the same ideology. Copy from their parent companies (huawei and xiaomi)