Honor’s first foldable cell phone will be the Magic V
Honor has prodded the launch of its first foldable cell phone, the Magic V, on Twitter and Weibo. The previous Huawei sub-brand referred to it as “Honor’s first foldable flagship,” and said it will be released “soon,” however the organization didn’t give an accurate date.
Tales have been coursing about a potential Honor folding gadget, especially later the organization applied for the expressions “Wizardry Fold” and “Enchantment Wing” with China’s reserving authority. The organization’s CEO George Zhao told CNET in 2019 that it was keen on building a folding phone, while its previous parent Huawei as of late delivered its third-gen folding gadget, the Mate X2.
Different subtleties are inadequate, yet talk from The Elec stated that a forthcoming Honor folding phone would use ultra-thin glass with an 8.03-inch folding display and 6.45-inch exterior screen. In the event that precise, that implies it would be similar as Samsung’s Galaxy Fold 3 and not the Galaxy Flip 3. Considering that it’s a flagship, it ought to have a somewhat high-end processor and different parts.
Huawei offered Honor in November 2020 to “ensure it’s survival,” so Honor has been independent for a little more than a year now. Not at all like with Huawei gadgets, Google applications are accessible on Honor cell phones.
Alongside Samsung, Huawei and presently Honor, Xiaomi, Oppo and Motorola have recently released different sorts of folding cell phones. Google is additionally allegedly dealing with no less than one folding Pixel gadget and recently reported a version of Android intended for tablets and foldables.