Just last week, Huawei launched the long awaited Honor Magic smartphone that seemed to have been a source of excitement to the company’s many consumer all around the world.
The new Honor Magic handset which is expected to be available sometime this week, will be going for a price of CNY 3,699. According to reports, the smartphone will be made available only through Vmall, Tmall, and JD.com –falling within the terrain of China.
The Honor Magic smartphone sports an intelligent sensor and recognition technology that takes user privacy to a whole new level. Built with a WiseScreen detector that simply allows a user to unlock the phone by simply looking at the screen, many are thrilled with Huawei’s new technology.
The device also sports a FaceCode intelligent recognition functionality that basically shows arrived notifications only when it’s been verified that it’s the user and not someone else. Also included with the smartphone is a Google Now on Tap-like feature which reveals information about a specific location when users press down and hold the default home button.
As for its specifications, the Honor Magic sports a 5.09-inch (1440×2560 pixels) Quad HD Amoled 3D curved display console. Powered by the company’s in-house octa-core Kirin 950 processor clocked at 1.8GHz paired with 4GB of RAM the device also comes with a 64GB of inbuilt storage. With Honor’s User interface on top, the smartphone runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The phone provides a support for dual-SIM and also comes with a 2900mAh battery that supports fast charging as well. According to reports, the company claims its new Honor Magic device can extend up to 70 percent in just 20 minutes of charging while a 10 minutes charge will give 40 percent charge.
As of now Huawei has not revealed it plans to make the phone available globally.