Honor Magic 2 with six cameras, Kirin 980 processor and in-display fingerprint sensor launched
The Honor Magic 2 cell phone that accompanies a retractable slide has launched in Beijing, China.
Huawei’s most recent offering from its sub-image has a slider structure that conceals its front cameras to offer a close full-see screen for its 6.39-inch display. Clients can slide the cameras out for selfies.
It is the successor to the Honor Magic – in which the organization featured its computerized reasoning (AI) highlights – that was launched in 2016.
The Honor Magic 2 has 24-megapixel triple-lens camera in the back side of the phone, and the retractable 16-megapixel triple-lens at the front side camera that additionally offers 3D facial acknowledgment.
The cell phone flaunts a Huawei leader Kirin 980 processor, in-show unique mark sensors, and its Yoyo remote helper. Offers of selling the phone will start in China on November 6.
The Honor Watch was revealed nearby the Magic 2. It is the primary smartwatch from Huawei to convey the Honor brand and accompanies a 1.2-inch AMOLED screen, twofold sided ties, and a pulsing screen. The smartwatch will take off in January 2019.