The Honor Magic V2 RSR has created a buzz among foldable fans with its slim and stylish design – it’s the world’s thinnest foldable phone. And it has really raised the bar for other foldable smartphone makers to try and emulate, if not. Apart from being slimmer, Honor has also partnered with Porsche Design to introduce a special edition variant of the Honor Magic V2 RSR. The result of this collaboration is the new Honor Magic V2 RSR in Dark Gray color that resembles the unique hood of the Porsche 911. In addition, the dark titanium frame redesigned in the rare camera also gives the smartphone a good look. Find out more about the Honor Magic V2 RSR and Porsche Design here.
Honor Magic V2 RSR by Porsche Design
So, what does RSR in Honor Magic V2 RSR stand for? It stands for RennSport Rennwagen. According to Engadget report, is thinner than the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5, Google Pixel Fold and OnePlus Open. Check out the amazing dimensions of the Honor Magic V2 RSR – 9.9mm thick when folded and 4.7mm when unfolded. It weighs only 234 grams which again beats the leading foldable phones.
Honor Magic V2 RSR is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset with up to 1TB of internal storage. It is backed by a 5000mAh battery that supports 66W fast wireless charging. It has a foldable OLED LTPO display that supports 1.07 billion colors and 3840Hz PWM Dimming. Magic V2 RSR boasts a triple rear camera system powered by HONOR Image Engine. It includes a 50MP main camera, a 20MP telephoto lens camera, and a 50MP ultra-wide camera. On the front, the smartphone has a 16MP selfie camera. Engadget also reported that the smartphone comes with a compatible stylus and a vegan leather phone case. The smartphone will be available in the global market and the price is said to be announced at the Mobile World Congress.
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