Honor Collaborates with Porsche Design for RSR Smartphone
Honor, a leading smartphone brand, has officially announced its partnership with design house Porsche Design for the creation of its first smartphone, which will be named RSR. The company shared this exciting news today through a teaser, which not only revealed the name of the upcoming device but also provided insights into its origin.
The RSR moniker is derived from the term “RennSport Rennwagen,” which means “racing sport racing car” in German. This designation is typically reserved for track-only versions of the renowned Porsche 911 car. Although the full name and design details of the RSR smartphone have not been disclosed yet, it is expected to join the highly anticipated Magic 6 and Magic 6 Pro smartphones during the January 11 launch.
Design and Color Options Revealed for Honor Magic 6 and Magic 6 Pro
In the meantime, both the Honor Magic 6 and Magic 6 Pro smartphones have been listed on Huawei Mall in China, providing a glimpse into their design and color options. Both devices will be available in black, white, green, purple, and cyan variants. The rear camera module of both phones features a circular design, housing three lenses arranged in a triangular pattern. Notably, the images confirm that the Magic 6 Pro will offer an impressive 100x zoom capability, likely featuring 10x optical zoom, while the standard Magic 6 will have a 50x zoom. Additionally, the Pro model will boast a dual selfie camera setup, whereas the regular Magic 6 will stick to a single lens.
Impressive Hardware Specifications
Moving on to the core hardware specifications, the Magic 6 series will be powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor and will run on Magic OS 8.0, which is based on Android 14. The storage options for these devices will start at 256GB and 512GB, with the Pro variant offering a top-tier 1TB option. Furthermore, the Pro model is expected to include a unique satellite connectivity feature, setting it apart from its counterparts.
According to previous reports, both the Magic 6 and Magic 6 Pro smartphones will feature a 50-megapixel OmniVision OV50H main camera and a 50-megapixel OV50M ultra-wide lens. In terms of telephoto capabilities, the Magic 6 is said to incorporate a 50-megapixel OV50M camera sensor, while the Pro variant is expected to house a Samsung HP3 camera sensor.
Excitement Builds for Honor’s Upcoming Smartphone Lineup
With the announcement of the RSR smartphone and the availability of detailed information about the Magic 6 and Magic 6 Pro, anticipation is growing among smartphone enthusiasts. Honor’s collaboration with Porsche Design is undoubtedly generating excitement, as consumers eagerly await the official launch of these cutting-edge devices.