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Honor Magic 2 new alleged render reveals Quad rear cameras

18 October 2018 4

Back at IFA this year, Honor teases the arrival of Magic 2. From the look of the things, the company is now getting ready to announce the second gen of Magic phone later this month. The recent teaser suggests the Magic 2 will be announced on October 31st. The device is in rumors from past few weeks, today we have an alleged render of Magic 2 appeared on Weibo shared by “C Technology”.

The newly leaked render reveals the Magic 2 has quad-cameras setup on the rear. Before getting too much excited its important to mention its quite surprising to see a Honor phone with four rear cameras because the company yet to release a flagship with triple rear cameras. If it is accurate the Honor Magic will have the standard primary color lens, the secondary sensor could be a wide-angle module, a telephoto sensor with optical zoom up to 2x and last but not the least a monochrome sensor.


The Quad cameras on the Magic are arranged pretty much same like P20 Pro. You will get a triple sensors module on the top left corner and a separate camera below the triple sensors. All the cameras are AI tuned to further enhance your gaming experience. The render also confirms the Magic 2 will be available in gradient color option.

At the moment the Magic 2 is up for pre-orders via JD.com. Initially, it is available for the Chinese buyers only, it is yet not confirmed whether it will be available globally or not. From what we heard so far the Magic 2 could be the first phone from Honor with Graphene battery.

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