HONOR, a leading global technology brand, has officially announced the arrival of its highly anticipated foldable smartphone, the HONOR Magic V2, in the Philippines on February 21st.
HONOR Magic V2 represents HONOR’s most advanced foldable phone to date, delivering significant improvements across design, display quality, battery life, charging speeds and overall user experience compared to previous generations.
“Engineered to spur mainstream adoption, the HONOR Magic V2 is the thinnest and lightest book-style foldable smartphone to date, redefining industry benchmarks with significant improvements across form factor, battery, display and user experience aspects.”
– Stephen Cheng, Vice President of Honor Philippines
HONOR Magic V2 Key Specs
Weighing in at 231g and measuring 9.9mm thin when folded closed, the HONOR Magic V2 is the lightest and thinnest foldable book-style phone ever released. This is achieved through the use of breakthrough materials like aerospace-grade titanium alloy in the redesigned hinge which can endure over 400,000 folds and the second-generation nanocrystal glass on the display, which offers 10 times greater drop resistance compared to typical Glass.
Despite its slim dimensions, the Magic V2 does not compromise on screen real estate or battery capacity. When unfolded, the expansive 7.92-inch main display delivers an immersive viewing experience with a fluid 120Hz refresh rate, while inside is a large 5000mAh dual-cell battery providing all-day use with support for 66W wired supercharging.
The Magic V2 introduces industry-first technologies like 3840 PWM high-frequency dimming to its foldable OLED panel for enhanced eye comfort even after prolonged use.
Watch the virtual launch event of this new innovation from HONOR on February 21 at 6PM Philippine time. For the time being, you may check out HONOR’s lineup of products via Shopee, Lazada and TikTok Shop online.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.