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Smells of danger: Honor prepares its new folding Magic Vs, its response to the Galaxy Fold

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Honor is getting a little early and wants to reconfigure launches before the close of 2022. With a series of launches in other product categories, the former brand of Huawei readies the last cannon of the year, and that bullet is aimed at Samsung and its unsurpassed reign in the folding segment. Honor enlists the Magic Vs, your new flexible screen smartphone.

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The brand has made the launch date official: November 23 at 2:30 in the afternoon in China – 1:30 in the morning Peru time -, and it does so with a notice showing a phoenix (?) escaping from the internal screen.

According to PocketNow reports, Honor could present a phone that, although it is not far in design from the original model presented earlier this year, will have considerable improvements under the chassis. The first change is the expected inclusion of Magic UI 7 running on Android 13 an update in the customization layer of the Chinese company.

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Another attribute would be a battery of up to 5,000 mAh, slightly larger than the one included in the Galaxy Fold4 that integrates 4,400 milliamps. The equipment is expected to weigh no more than 260 grams in order to compete on equal terms with Samsung.

Honor picks up the pace

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Since its independence from Huawei at the end of 2020, Honor It has been a brand that has patiently built its global expansion model, and looking for its own path after remaining within the Asian giant.

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For years, Honor was Huawei’s experimentation center for various models, being the first to incorporate technologies that were later added to Huawei phones as they achieved maturity and efficiency.

After 2020, Honor began to enter the international market betting on an ecosystem of complementary products to the phone, while waiting for the first generation of smartphones “outside of Huawei” and incorporating Google services.

Until now, Honor has presented equipment in the X category (entry and medium ranges), the “Honor” line to dry (such as the Honor 50 and 70), the “Magic” saga (the recent Magic4 Pro) and the new folding segment “V” that already has a first model on the market.

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