HONOR MagicOS 7.0 Lanched with Rollout Schedule


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HONOR released the MagicOS 7.0 Android interface that brings a visual overhaul and noteworthy features. The company also unveiled the HONOR 80 series of phones and the new foldable – Magic Vs.

MagicOS 7.0 details

MagicOS 7.0

The new interface features a streamlined design with flat icons, fluid animations, and the new Honor Sans font used throughout the UI. 

Moreover, the home screen also shows larger folders that are very accessible. Also, the new widgets allow more personalization options. Honor also introduced a new built-in video editor.

HONOR MagicOS 7.0 UI

MagicRing is what the brand calls its seamless file transfers, smart clipboard, and call and notification management between MagicOS devices and other Honor devices like laptops and tablets.

On the other hand, foldable will feature a split screen keyboard, smart widget, and task manager support alongside the Magic Text feature which recognizes texts in images and allows you to scan and save text to PDF.

The Honor OS TurboX allows faster app launches and optimized system-level power consumption management paired with MagicGuard which is in charge of the system, privacy protection, and financial security that also protects against malware. 

HONOR MagicOS 7.0 banner

Here is the initial list of eligible devices that will receive the MAGICOS 7.0 update in China: 

December 2022

  • Honor Magic V
  • Honor Magic3 Ultimate Edition
  • Honor Magic3 Pro
  • Honor Magic3
  • Honor V40

January 2023

  • Honor Magic4 Supreme Edition
  • Honor Magic4 Pro
  • Honor Magic4

February 2023

  • Honor 70 Pro+
  • Honor 70 Pro
  • Honor 70

March 2023

  • Honor 60 Pro
  • Honor 60
  • Honor 50 Pro
  • Honor 50

April 2023

  • Honor X40 GT

May 2023

  • Honor V40 Light Luxury Edition
  • Honor X40
  • Honor X30


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