The Honor Magic V2, a foldable phone designed for gamers, has revolutionized the mobile gaming world with its new design and powerful specs. This hands-on review explores the Honor Magic V2’s features and capabilities, highlighting its foldable screen and lightning-fast processor, making it a must-have device for serious mobile gamers. The Honor Magic V2 promises an unparalleled gaming experience, making it a must-have device for serious game players.
As a pre-production device without commercial-grade firmware, the Magic V2 is the focal point of our analyses. Honor has not yet made the Magic V2’s international launch plans public, but we are confident that it will happen soon. The gadget has bigger dimensions view and lighter weight than the iPhone 13 Pro Max. The Magic V2 now weighs 231g thanks to a 30g weight reduction from Honor, although there may be restrictions based on the material of the back surface. The Magic V2 is also the first foldable of its kind to have an overall thickness that is even much lower than 10mm with other phones.
Honor Magic V2 Foldable Full Specification
|Honor Magic V2 = Features||Specification|
|All Ports||USB-C, Earpod slot|
|Rear Cameras||50MP main, 50MP ultra-wide, 20MP telephoto|
|SoC||Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2|
|Operating System||MagicOS based on Android 13|
|Display||Main Display: 6.4-inch 120Hz OLED|
|Honor Magic V2 Battery||5000 mAh|
|Honor Magic V2 Front Camera||16MP cameras (one on each screen)|
|All Colors||Black, Silk Black, Silk Purple, and Gold|
|Honor Magic V2 Storage||256GB, 512GB, 1TB|
|Dimensions||Unfolded: 156.7 x 145.4 x 4.7mm|
Honor Magic v2 hands-on Video Review
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The Magic V2 Design and Hardware
Honor engineers designed new components for the Magic V2, including an ultra-thin titanium hinge and a 12.8% higher energy-density silicon-carbon battery. These components allow more juice to be crammed into a smaller cell, resulting in a thinner phone. The improved energy density is believed to be partially responsible for the weight reduction, despite the same 5,000mAh capacity. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset should also help extend the phone’s lifespan.
Google Mobile Services are active on the Magic Vs, which runs Honor’s MagicOS on Android 13. Being the greatest user of Honor’s MagicOS, it does have a few issues such as large app icons, a lack of an app box, and that you need to reach the top in order to see the notification display. But Honor’s multitasking system is regarded as one of the best in the industry, especially for foldable phones.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 is set to be launched in two weeks, featuring its software and a heavier and thicker design than the Magic V2. The Magic V2’s thickness may be a challenge for some users.
Honor Magic v2 hands Release Date
The Magic V2 is currently only available in China, but it’s rumored to be available in Asia and Europe later