Honor explains the Magic4 Pro R & D process in full

Huawei’s spin-off Research and development of Magic4 Pro was revealed by Honor. The Honor Magic4 Pro, the company’s newest flagship device, is now available in markets throughout the globe. As part of its global launch, Honor shared insights into its R & D process.

Honor talked about the company’s R & D initiatives as well as its new Manufacturing Industrial Park. Honor revealed that more than 200 dependability tests had been performed in detail. Button durability tests, drop tests, and harsh weather simulations were all part of this process. Human errors are greatly reduced due to the plant’s extensive automation. Most processes have alert accuracy scores of around 95%, which is excellent.

When it comes to sound, the Honor Magic4 Pro has a dual-sound generating unit that produces excellent results. A piezoelectric ceramic core lies at the heart of the device, enabling the display to produce directional sound. Fusional Computational Photography is also implemented in the Magic4 Pro via multi-camera fusion. We also did a camera fusion test at Honor’s Park that took in the whole field of view.

The Honor Magic4 Pro appears to have been subjected to a rigorous testing regime during its development. In the UK, the Honor Magic4 Pro costs £949 ($1,197). Availability in other markets is expected to follow.

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