Honor Magic 2 hands-on leaked reveals front and rear design

Donna Miller
October 23, 2018

Now, leaks have emerged online just days before the official unveiling which give out major specifications, design features, and live images of the upcoming Honor Magic 2. The handset has recently appeared on TENAA with full specifications.

The Magic 2, set to launch 31 October, can be seen in one video (below via Slashleaks) with a person, who has been named by some media outlets as singer Jiacheng Wu, demonstrating how it works as a slider phone.

The Honor Magic 2 hands-on video lasts for only 16 seconds.

The Honor logo on the rear, which is readable when the phone is held in landscape orientation, also makes our thoughts wonder towards the P20 Pro, along with the blue gradient paintjob. On the front, we see Black colour front panel and the edges of the handset running in Red colour. As per the listing, the device will feature a 6.39-inch FullHD+ AMOLED display of 1080x2340 pixels resolution with 19.5:9 aspect ratio.

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The Honor Magic 2 will be arriving with many exciting features such as six cameras, in-display fingerprint scanner, 3D facial recognition, 40W fast charging and more. To achieve this, the company has concealed the front camera, speakerphone and other essential sensors behind a sliding mechanism. The smartphone will nearly certainly run Android Pie out-of-the-box, with EMUI 9.0, the latest version of Huawei's custom UI overlay, baked on top.

Talking about cameras, the TENAA listing mentions Honor Magic 2 as having a triple camera system at the back, comprised of a 16-megapixel sensor, a 24-megapixel unit, and a 16-megapixel lens. The lower variant of the phone will be equipped with 6 GB of RAM and an inbuilt storage of 128 GB.

A smartphone with flagship-grade such as the above needs a powerful battery to back them all up. The device will also support Huawei's 40 Watt SuperCharge which is a proprietary technology that charges the device speedily and is similar to OnePlus's Dash Charge and Oppo's SuperVooc.

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