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Honor Magic4 Pro: 6.81-inch smartphone with advanced TV capabilities

Honor Magic4 Pro is the flagship and so far the only smartphone model in the Honor Magic4 series. It’s available globally and will also include headphones and smartwatches. The 6.81-inch Honor Magic4 Pro display is capable of running video at up to 120Hz with up to 1.07 billion colors, and is also HDR10+ and IMAX Enhanced certified.

The smartphone has three rear cameras, two 50-megapixel wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle lenses and a 64-megapixel periscope telescopic 3.5x optical zoom. With them, for the first time in the industry, Magic4 Pro is ready to record 10-bit 4K video at 60 frames per second with 160% sharpening using proprietary Ultra-Fusion Computational Photography technology. In addition, Magic-Log Movie Master and AI Film Effects technologies are used for video processing.

All this is achieved thanks to the capabilities of the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, which, according to Honor, has quadrupled the capabilities of artificial intelligence.

The energy capabilities of the phone are supplemented by Honor SuperCharge technology: a 100-watt device can fully charge the battery in half an hour (60% in 15 minutes). For the same half hour, you can, without parting with your smartphone, dive to a depth of 1.5 m – the IP68 protection class will allow the device to survive the dive without damage. The phone will appear in several colors, among which, in addition to the indispensable black, there will also be blue, gold, white and orange.

In the UK, the estimated price of the Honor Magic4 Pro smartphone will be £900.

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