The very first HONOR Magic Vs2 info has just surfaced, as we’re waiting for the Magic V2’s global launch. As a reminder, the Magic V2 will launch globally on September 1, during an event in Berlin, as part of IFA.
The very first HONOR Magic Vs2 info surfaced, and it’s odd
Having said that, the Magic Vs2 has surfaced on the 3C authority in China. That website basically confirmed the device’s charging speed. The phone appeared with the model number ‘VCA-AN00’. This name allegedly belongs to the Magic Vs2, but we cannot confirm it just yet.
That being said, the website claims the phone will support a max charging speed of 35W. That is considerably slower than what its predecessor offers (66W). Needless to say, that’s very odd.
So, what’s happening here? Is it an error on the 3C’s end, or perhaps is this model number wrong? Well, it doesn’t have to be either one, to be quite honest. The Magic Vs2 is rumored to be an outwards-folding foldable, so that could be the reason for this change.
HONOR could make a huge design change with the Magic Vs2
The Magic Vs was just a better variant of the Magic V, but with the Magic Vs2, HONOR could make a huge change. Unlike book-style foldables HONOR has been releasing thus far, this phone could feature an outwards-folding design.
That design change could have forced HONOR to push the charging speed down, due to heating. We’ll have to wait and see, though, as we’re only guessing at this point. Who knows, perhaps the source is wrong, and this is not the Magic Vs2 at all.
In any case, the Magic V2 managed to get a lot of attention when it launched. Why? Well, because it became the thinnest book-style foldable in the market, and it still is. It’s also one of the lightest. Despite all that, HONOR managed to cram a 5,000mAh battery on the inside, thanks to new battery tech, and a new hinge.