The HONOR Magic V2 was a stunning phone. It was, and in some aspects still is, the thinnest and lightest book-style foldable on the market. HONOR is looking to improve things with its successor, though. The HONOR Magic V3 info surfaced, and it looks promising.

The HONOR Magic V3 looks promising based on the newly-surfaced info

The device was certified in China. To be more exact, it got certified by the 3C authority. In addition to that, a tipster shared some additional information about the device.

HONOR Magic V3 3C certification

So, what do we know thus far? The phone is said to be fueled by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC, as expected. HONOR will use the most powerful Snapdragon chip available. In addition to that, the phone will support 66W wired charging. So, the same as the HONOR Magic V2. We’re not sure about wireless charging, but its predecessor did not offer it.

It was also revealed that the phone will support satellite connectivity. That could be limited to China only. It almost surely will, actually. The HONOR Magic V3 is, however, expected to reach global markets.

It will offer “thin and light” design

The tipster also said that the phone will offer “thin and light design”, which is a given considering its predecessor. It’s hard to imagine a thinner and lighter book-style foldable than the Magic V2, but HONOR will surely try to make it happen.

The source also said that “upgraded displays” are coming, without providing specific info. The Magic V2 had great displays, so it remains to be seen what he meant. Perhaps he meant display protection or something like that.

The HONOR Magic V2 arrived back in July last year. Towards the end of July, to be accurate. It launched in China first, and it took HONOR quite some time to bring it to global markets. Well, we’re expecting the Magic V3 to arrive around the same time this year.

We do hope that HONOR will bring it to global markets sooner this time around, however.

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