The release date of the Honor Magic 4 has been announced, making it the first high-end smartphone to leave China since Huawei was sold.
The Magic 3 series was launched by Honor in 2021. These were high-end flagships with Snapdragon 888 processors, excellent cameras, big batteries, and all the bells and whistles one could ask for. After claiming that they would be launching globally, Honor failed to deliver.
We fear that the Honor Magic 4 series will suffer the same fate. In fact, an Honor representative has confirmed that a launch event for the series will take place in the United Kingdom. May 12, 2022, is the date of that event.
These devices will be Honor’s first worldwide premium flagships since its split from previous parent firm Huawei in late 2020. Honour’s latest Magic 4 phones are arguably the best Huawei alternatives available. Design-wise, it shares a lot of similarities with Huawei’s EMUI, and the software DNA is evident.
Our favorite smartphone at Mobile World Congress 2022 was the Honor Magic 4 Pro. It has almost every feature a user may desire in an Android handset. In addition to its distinctive appearance, it stands out from the crowd.
Magic 4 may or may not be available in the United Kingdom. For now, we don’t know if Honor plans to focus solely on the Pro model of the Magic 4 or if it plans to release a Lite version of the device as well. Although we are unsure about UK and European pricing, you can expect them to cost a lot. Pay attention.