Honor will hold an event in Berlin during IFA on September 1st, and we know the Magic V2 will make its global debut. Leaksters have revealed that more variants may appear at the event – one of them being the Magic V2 Lite (or Youth Edition in Chinese) with a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset and a low price of CNY5,000 – which is equivalent to $700.
according to @RODENT950 On the X, there’s the Magic V Slim on the way, which folds even slimmer with a vertical fold. It has already been confirmed by MIIT in China under the code name “Victoria”.
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Honor is also working on a clamshell-style flip, but the company isn’t ready for the final product because the device needs to “stand out,” which means the Magic V Flip isn’t on the horizon right now. Leicester Aspects They also mentioned Magic 6, Magic 6 Pro, Magic 6 Ultimate and Magic OS 8.0 without saying anything about the new flagships and UI.
Data on most of the phones mentioned above may be sparse, but at least we had hands-on experience with the original Magic V2. We found it to be a relatively thin device and light too – very compact for such a non-compact form factor.
It comes with a lot of memory, the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, which means it could disrupt the foldable market as we know it, unless Samsung is able to match the cost of marketing globally.
Source (in Chinese) | On the 1 side • In 2