Honor plans to expand its foldable lineup with the upcoming certified Magic Vs 2, potentially releasing three foldable devices in total.
Chinese smartphone company Honor is reportedly gearing up for the launch of its new foldable device, Honor Magic Vs 2. It recently obtained a 3C certification in China, suggesting that it could be added to the foldable lineup later this year. If true, this would mean that Honor is set to release a total of three foldables, with one possibly being a flip phone.
The Honor Magic Vs 2, which is certified with the model number VCA-AN00, supports 35W fast charging. Interestingly, this model number is the same as the previously rumored Magic V Slim, which is expected to be Honor’s first outward-folding device.
Unfortunately, detailed information regarding the specifications of the upcoming foldable is scarce. However, the device is rumored to launch in October. This news comes amidst ongoing development of the Honor Magic Flip, a clamshell foldable, which is slated to be released late next year or in 2024. That being said, the global market will first witness the Magic V2 – a device which was once considered the world’s thinnest foldable device before the Xiaomi Mix Fold 3 claimed that title.
Magic V2 is all set for a grand reveal during the IFA Berlin event on September 1. As the world eagerly awaits the unveiling of Honor’s Magic V2, there is now added anticipation for the Magic Vs 2, given the 3C certification news. As the foldable market continues to grow, these new additions from Honor could shape the future landscape of both smartphones and foldable devices in general.