Honor Magic Vs comes with A 66W charger, USB cord, and a back panel case are included with the phone.
Manufacturers of smartphones all have models that are “here’s one that just works” for the average consumer, but they also require halo devices that demonstrate their status as innovators in the hopes that the popularity of these technological gold mines will increase brand recognition and sales of products further down the portfolio.
The foldable phone is the modern barometer of power.
The Z Fold and Z Flip series from Samsung are dominating the charts, the Pixel Fold is anticipated from Google to be unveiled in 2023, and Honor has unveiled its own foldable in the form of the Magic Vs.
These apps worked with the Magic Vs in both closed and open modes thanks to Android’s adaptability and support for various hardware profiles.
Although Honor’s software will enhance the user experience on its foldable, apps will only need to conform to the current Android hardware recognition specifications.
It’s also important to note that the foldable’s user interface should be heavily influenced by Android 12L.
With improvements for tablets, foldables, and dual-screen devices, Google’s “big screened” upgrade to Android creates a better and more unified user experience.
For the Magic Vs software team, integrating Android 12L into Honor’s MagicOS will undoubtedly be a top priority.
The Honor Magic Vs has a significantly improved hinge design, making it slimmer and lighter than its predecessor.
In the hand, the phone has a similar texture as the Xiaomi Mix Fold 2.
The Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor inside the Magic Vs can support up to 12GB of RAM.
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is still pretty competent, especially in its Plus form, even though the Gen 2 is right around the corner.
The Magic Vs’ two shows are both excellent.
A 7.9-inch 2272x1984px OLED with a 90Hz refresh rate is located inside, while a 6.45-inch 2560x1080px OLED with a faster 120Hz refresh rate is located outside.
The Honor Magic Vs is at a disadvantage compared to its direct competitors due to its lower inner refresh rate, even though the gap between 90Hz and 120Hz is not as pronounced as the one between 60Hz and 90Hz.
Comparing Honor’s foldable to its rivals, there are a few benefits.
Its image setup, which it takes from the Honor 70 Pro series, is competent.
The main camera is a 54MP Sony IMX800, the ultrawide camera is a 50MP, and the telephoto camera is an 8MP 3x.
The 5,000mAh battery, which outperforms both Xiaomi’s foldable and Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold4, is the other major benefit.