Huawei today finally took the wraps off its latest and much anticipated flagship, the Huawei Honor Magic. True to speculations the Honor Magic is just like nothing we have seen before, even much more than we imagined.
At the front, the curved surpace gives the device an awesome look and there is a camera sensor sitting at the top right corner. There are also a few other sensors as well like the infrared camera, ambient light sensor, and infrared LED light. There seems to be a special UV coating on the phone to make sure that these sensors remain relatively hidden.
At the back, the camera on board is a standard 12MP monochrome + black & white sensor module (probably similar to the Honor 8), however, what’s really interesting is the camera design. First of all, Huawei boasts that the camera is completely flat, so it goes well with the overall design. The two sensors are placed a few centimeters apart in horizontal symmetry. Besides the two sensors, you have the standard dual LED flash.
If you think the innovation is just in the design department, you may just be mistaking. The main highlight of the Honor Magic is even its user-friendly software experience dubbed as the Magic Live with some amazing features like recognizing its owner, smat sensor which senses the environment is dark and thus trigger the flashlight app. Also if the phone is being held in the hand, it will vibrate instead of ringing out. The lists goes on and on.
The Huawei Honor Magic uses a 5.09-inch AMOLED with 2K resolution. For hardware, there’s Kirin 950, 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage. The flagship carries a price tag of 3699 Yuan and would go on sale starting from December 16 on Vmall, Jingdong (JD.com), Tmall.