The notch has turned into an awful pattern in the cell phone market, Vivo and Oppo have demonstrated the world how a legitimate all-screen configuration ought to be done – by stuffing the front cameras into a motorized pop-up module. Around two months after the fact, Honor made up for lost time by flaunting a dubious Honor Magic 2 teaser, in which you could make out what gave off an impression of being a pop-up camera too.
Be that as it may, on account of the assistance of six lucky Chinese big names, today we at long last observe the telephone in real life in front of its October 31st dispatch, and things being what they are, we’re really taking a look at an alternate all-screen usage here.
So what is so odd about the Honor Magic 2 screen?
As a matter of first importance, we would now be able to affirm that the Honor Magic 2 is, in reality, a slider telephone. To reveal the front cameras at the top, simply slide the screen downwards with your thumb; and vice versa.
You can also see the back of the telephone which hasn’t appeared previously.
As seen in Zhong’s video and also Zanilia Zhao’s photo above, this “debut premium edition” Magic 2 features a red-to-purple gradient mirror finish, along with a triple camera laid out alongside. This is similar to Huawei’s P20 Pro.
In any case, just on the off chance that you can’t distinguish the two telephones one from the other without flipping them over, Honor moved the LED light from the bottom to the top.
Honor’s up and coming slider telephone won’t be the remnant of a dying breed. Xiaomi’s Mix 3 – due to be propelled in Beijing this Thursday – likewise seems to have a similar notch free sliding screen design. Truth be told, it was the Magic 2’s IFA mystery that incited Xiaomi president Lin Bin to instantly reveal his comparative looking gadget, which was an exceptionally bizarre move for this organization.
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