Honor launched the Magic V2 in China in July, which was introduced to the global audience yesterday by Honor at its IFA 2023 event in Berlin, Germany. The brand didn't reveal the Magic V2's international pricing and availability details, but at the sidelines of the event, Honor CEO Mr. George Zhao told us that the Magic Vs' price is a good reference for the Magic V2's pricing.
The Honor Magic Vs got a global release in February with a price tag of €1,599 for the 12GB/512GB model, so you can expect the China-exclusive Magic V2 to be in the same price range in international markets.Honor Magic V2
The Honor Magic V2 is powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC and features two screens - a 7.92" 120Hz LTPO OLED folding display of 2344x2156-pixel resolution and a 6.43" 120Hz LTPO OLED cover display having a resolution of 2376x1060 pixels.
The Honor Magic V2 packs a 5,000 mAh battery with 66W wired charging and features four cameras - 50MP primary (with OIS), 50MP ultrawide, 20MP telephoto (with OIS), and 16MP selfie.
You can read our Honor Magic V2's first impressions to learn more about it and check the detailed specs comparison of Magic Vs and Magic V2 here.
Well also you get no accesories in box apart maybe the cable and sim ejector. With Honor you get much more like screen protector, charger, case in other words 100+ in accesories still for 600 eur cheaper price. Now anyone try to defend samsung ...
“Some people don't need the latest hardware...” Of course, I can't argue that. I can argue the reason why a company would charge the consumers higher every release of “literally the same phone”. Not many would argue if the phone was a re...
Some people don't need latest hardware. You can see how many average consumers cares about anything beyond UFS 2 and Snapdragon 6xx chipset.