Honor has launched the Magic4 Pro smartphone in South Africa, which marks the first Magic flagship device to launch in the country. If you’re considering a new Android smartphone, then this new variation from Honor is worth considering.
The Honor Magic4 Pro boasts some impressive specs, most notably on its camera set-up, which the company believes differentiates it from many other high-end devices on the market.
Display and design
The device features a 6.81-inch Quad-Curved screen, which wraps over all corners of the frame. Compared with the last generation Magic3 Pro, the frame is much slimmer both up and down for a larger display area. It also features a 120Hz refresh rate, allowing scrolling and browsing to be incredibly smooth.
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Performance and specs
The Magic4 Pro includes the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Mobile Platform: a 4nm 5G SoC processor that delivers a comprehensive upgrade of computing, image processing, and AI performance. Along with the new chipset, the device also includes Wi-Fi 6 capabilities, and runs on Magic UI 6.0 with Google Mobile Services, so you can use the Google Play Store, Google Maps, and other Google features.
Camera-wise, on the rear, the Magic4 Pro features a 50MP wide-angle camera, a 50MP ultra-wide camera, a 64MP periscope telephoto camera with a physical zoom, along with a flicker sensor and dTOF sensor. There is a 12MP front-facing camera and 3D depth camera for facial recognition.
Pricing and availability
The Honor Magic4 Pro will be available from 10 June 2022 and comes in two colours: cyan and black; and is priced at R20,999.