Previous Huawei sub-brand Honor has recently declared its first foldable cell phone, the Honor Magic V. It utilizes a comparable collapsing structure variable to Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold gadgets, consolidating an enormous interior collapsing show with a more modest outside show that can be utilized while the gadget is collapsed. Today is the foldable’s Chinese send off, where its value begins at ¥9,999 (around $1,569) for its 256GB stockpiling model. It will go on open deal on January eighteenth.

The Magic V’s lead highlight, its interior collapsing screen, measures 7.9 crawls from one corner to another, has a goal of 2272 x 1984 with an invigorate pace of 90Hz, and an angle proportion of 10:9. That is marginally greater than Samsung’s Z Fold 3, whose interior screen is 7.6 creeps with a goal of 2208 x 1768. Honor says the Magic V’s inner screen resembles utilizing two 21:9 screens next to each other.

The Magic V’s outer screen is additionally somewhat bigger than the Z Fold 3 at 6.45 inches (contrasted with 6.2 for Samsung), with a goal of 2560 x 1080, a 120Hz revive rate, and a 21:9 angle proportion. Honor says this will assist with making the gadget more usable when you would rather not unfurl it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Honor Magic V in orange.
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Honor’s foldable, folded.
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When folded, the Magic V measures 72.7mm wide, 14.3mm thick, and has a height of 160.4mm, and when unfolded it expands to 141.1mm wide and is 6.7mm thick. That’s slightly wider than Samsung’s latest Z Fold, while being slightly thinner overall when folded. Honor’s foldable is slightly heavier, however. It’s available in three colors: orange, silver, and black, and Honor CEO George Zhao says it should survive being folded and unfolded 200,000 times.

Internally, the Magic V is running Qualcomm’s latest chipset, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, which is paired with 12GB of RAM and 256GB or 512GB of storage. It’s got a 4,750mAh battery that can be charged at up to 66W, which gives you a 50 percent charge in 15 minutes. It’s 5G compatible and is running Honor’s Magic UI 6.0 software on top of Android 12, which supports the display of multiple app windows at the same time, Honor says.

In terms of cameras, Honor has included a trio of 50-megapixel sensors on the rear of the foldable, which include a main sensor, an ultrawide camera, and something Honor is calling a “spectrum enhanced camera.” We’ve followed up with the company for details on what exactly this third camera does. The Magic V has a pair of 42-megapixel selfie cameras, one embedded in the outer display, and one embedded in the inner folding screen.

Honor joins an increasingly long list of companies that have either announced or have started to sell foldable smartphones. Most recently, we saw Oppo announce its Find N late last year, and Xiaomi and Honor’s former parent company Huawei also have foldable devices of their own. We’ve followed up with Honor to find out if, or when, the Magic V might see a global release.

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