Honor presented the new generation of its bendable device in two designs, but the only difference is in the color variations. THE Honor Magic Vs with 8 or 12 GB of system memory and 256 or 512 GB of internal storage available in azure blue, orange (artificial leather back) and glossy black, while Vs Prestige Edition it is sold exclusively with a 12/512 GB memory package with a gold-colored textured back, or in a black version decorated with gold. Apart from that, there is no difference between the plain and prestige models.
Honor Magic Vs Prestige Edition Phoenix Feather Gold [+]
The Honor Magic Vs became slightly smaller and lighter (261 grams) than the Magic V, with the usual size displays, but the battery capacity increased to 5000 mAh. This includes 66-watt fast charging, which means a 46-minute charging time. Back to the displays, on paper there seems to be no change, with the internal 10-bit flexible OLED panel spanning 7.9 inches With a resolution of 2272 x 1984 pixels and a refresh rate of 90 Hz, the external display remains 6.45 inches, with FHD+ resolution at 120 Hz and HDR10+ support, but the aspect ratio has changed a little, so inside we see 10.3:9, and 21.3:9 on the outside, which is still much closer to the proportions of a traditional device, so input and handling are probably still more comfortable than in the case of the Galaxy Z Fold models.
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is replaced by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 in the role of the central processing unit, and the camera set is borrowed from the Honor 70 Pro, so on the back we find a 54 megapixel Sony IMX800 main camera, which is supported by an 8 megapixel telephoto camera with optical image stabilization unit, offering three times optical zoom, as well as a 50-megapixel autofocus ultra-wide-angle camera, which also acts as a macro camera.
The data connection capabilities are of course top-class, there is a 5G connection on both nanoSIM cards, there is NFC, WiFi 6, a USB 3.1 standard Type-C connector with Display Port support, DTS:X Ultra Audio, Bluetooth 5.2 With BLE, SBC, AAC, LDAC, aptX and aptX HD support, and in the box we find the corresponding Honor SuperCharge charging head and a leather case. The device works with the newly announced MagicOS 7.0 system, but still based on Android 12.
The Honor Magic Vs, which also supports input with a capacitive stylus, has so far only been presented in China, where the most modest version costs 411,000 HUF with an 8/256 GB memory package, and for the 12/512 GB model it costs just a little less than half a million forints of local money must be given. Magic Vs will probably also be available in the international market, of course supplemented with Google services.