It appears that Honor has been extremely busy lately! The X50 GT and the 90 GT are two new GT-series phones that are the subject of leaks and rumors. Not only that, but Honor is getting ready to release its flagship Magic 6 series, of which the Pro model has just surfaced on a listing for 3C certification.
Acknowledge Magic 6 Pro 3C accreditation
The Honor Magic 6 Pro (model number BVL-AN16) will support 5G networks, according to the 3C listing. The fact that it is marked as a “Satellite mobile terminal 5G” is the most intriguing detail, though.
This substantiates the existence of sophisticated satellite connectivity, consistent with previous declarations made by Honor’s general manager, Li Kun, regarding the organization’s advancement of satellite-oriented communication solutions.
Though it was also available on the 3C last month, the standard Honor Magic 6 (model number BVL-AN00) only supports 66W charging. It appears that satellite connectivity was not mentioned, indicating that the Pro model will be the only one with this feature.
Honor Magic 6 Pro Features
It is anticipated that the upcoming Honor Magic 6 Pro will have a high-resolution OLED display with a pill-shaped cutout for two front-facing cameras and sophisticated sensors. The brand-new Magic OS 8.0, which is based on Android 14, will power it. The device will have an integrated security chip, a dedicated graphics chip, and a powerful AI model. It will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset.
It is anticipated to have a rear shell composed of nano-ceramic glass and a second-generation Qinghai Lake battery. Additionally, rumors suggest that the smartphone will have a 50-megapixel OmniVision OV50k primary camera with support for variable aperture, measuring one inch.
We’ll keep you informed as Honor releases more information about the Magic 6 series’ launch date.