The Honor Magic 2 was one of the most beautiful surprises at the end of 2018. In early 2019, it would benefit from a 3D biometric sensor with light at the front and a graphene plate to perfect it all.
After a first Honor Magic amazing but not to everyone's taste, the Chinese manufacturer took advantage of the end of 2018 to unveil the Honor Magic 2. It has moved to a slider design close to the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3, and offered the best what could the brand give.
Alas, even though we were able to take it in hand, we were not allowed. In Europe, Honor focuses mainly on young people and small / medium prices, making such an upscale is less interesting for them. The latter should know a new impetus soon.
The Honor Magic 2 3D is about to be launched
Indeed, the brand begins teasing around an improved version of Honor Magic 2, called Honor Magic 2 3D for the occasion, which was announced in December but has fallen behind.
The particularity of this model is to integrate – instead of the 2-megapixel depth sensor of the original model – a 3D light scanner projected on 10,000 points. Thus, it can offer a truly secure 3D facial recognition, like competitors like the Huawei Mate 20 Pro to name just him.
As a bonus, this version of the phone will also benefit from a graphene-based cooling solution that will allow it to maintain its maximum performance longer. As a reminder, the Honor Magic 2 is equipped with the Kirin 980, Huawei's latest high-end SoC.
The Honor Magic 2 3D will only be available in 8GB RAM configuration and 512GB of storage. It will cost 5,800 yuan, or about 760 euros, and will be available in China on March 15.
To read on FrAndroid: Honor Magic 2: our frustrating grip of a successful smartphone