Honor Magic V3 Camera Samples: See Real-Life Images Now

Honor Magic V3 Camera Samples: See Real-Life Images Now

Honor’s next foldable phone, the Magic V3, is slated for a July 12th release. Real-life photos and camera samples have emerged on Weibo, thanks to tipster WhyLab.

The device is featured in two color options: Orange with a faux leather back and a golden camera frame, and White with a glass panel and a silver-finished camera frame. It will also be available in Black and Green.

Slim Design

The tipster highlighted the phone’s slim profile, both folded and unfolded. When unfolded, the Magic V3 is expected to be the world’s thinnest foldable phone, taking over from the Magic V2, which holds the current record at 9.9mm. This is achieved partly due to a new battery with 10% silicon content, making the Magic V3 4.4% thinner than its predecessor.

Another image demonstrated the minimal crease of the Magic V3. According to the tipster, the crease is barely noticeable during use.

Camera and Performance

WhyLab also posted camera samples of the Honor Magic V3, some of which are included below for a closer look:

Although the full camera specifications haven’t been revealed, it is rumored that the device will include a periscope telephoto camera with 3.5x optical zoom.

Advanced Features

Internally, the phone will be powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset, a battery with approximately 5,000mAh capacity, and support for 66W fast charging.

Honor has also developed an Honor E1 chip to enhance power management in the Magic V3, reportedly maximizing energy efficiency to extend battery life.

The foldable phone is expected to include two-way satellite connectivity support. More details are anticipated to be disclosed as we approach the official launch date on July 12.

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