Honor teamed up with German carmaker Porsche to design a foldable telephone that “harnesses distinct sportscar DNA.” The Magic V2 RSR is a limited-edition model of Honor’s flagship Magic V2, which lays declare to the title of world’s lightest and thinnest book-style foldable telephone.
The Magic V2 RSR’s again cowl is designed to resemble the “flyline” of a Porsche 911’s hood. The digicam bump, which is framed by titanium, is an identical form to the automobile’s rounded windshields. Aside from the design, the largest distinction between the common Magic V2 and the Porche version is that the Magic V2 RSR comes with a stylus contained in the field. The stylus can be utilized on each the duvet display screen and the interior one.
There are different minor variations between the RSR version and a daily Magic V2: The RSR mannequin has extra cupboard space (1TB vs. 512GB) and what Honor calls an anti-scratch nanocrystal defend show for the duvet display screen. The corporate says this display screen is best protected towards drops and scratches than common nanocrystal glass, partially because of a layer of silicon nitride over the glass materials. And at 234 grams, the Magic V2 RSR is 3 grams heavier than the Magic V2.
These variations apart, the Magic V2 RSR is in any other case similar to the common Magic V2. It has a still-peppy Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, a triple-camera module (full with a telephoto lens) and a big battery that helps 66-watt quick charging. It additionally comes with 4 years of Android software program upgrades and 5 years of safety updates.
Honor is predicted to launch the Magic V2 RSR internationally for the next worth than the Magic V2, which begins at for £1,700 within the UK, and 1,999 euros within the EU.