What’s special about Honor Magic6 Ultimate and RSR Porsche Design?

Honor Magic6 Ultimate and RSR Porsche Design

This coming March 18, Honor will be unveiling two new smartphones. Although the Magic6 Ultimate and Magic6 RSR Porsche Design are not entirely new, they will still be some interesting additions to the Magic6 Series in China.

The Chinese smartphone manufacturer has already confirmed that the unveiling of the two devices will join the MagicBook Pro 16. Both devices will join the unveiling of the MagicBook Pro 16, but it is important to note that the two could just be improved versions of the Magic6 Pro, which recently had its global debut. What makes them different from the original Magic6 Pro is their designs.

To start, Magic6 RSR Porsche Design is the fruit of Honor’s collaboration with Porsche. This follows the earlier Magic V2 RSR Porsche Design model that the company released in January. Needless to say, the device comes at a ridiculously high price (more than $2,000), but this does not deter the company from producing another one in hopes of attracting a niche audience, tech enthusiasts, and design aficionados. Like its sibling, the new device will sport a motorsports- and hexagon-inspired aesthetic to resemble the appearance of a Porsche racecar. The elements are expected to be prominent in its camera module and its overall build.

Meanwhile, Magic6 Ultimate will feature an interesting new back design. Compared to the Magic6 Pro with a circular camera module, the Magic6 Ultimate will have a square-shaped module with rounded corners. There will also be some vertical lines encasing the module alongside some gold elements around it. Interestingly, despite teasing the appearance of the device’s rear, Honor didn’t reveal the actual arrangement of the camera lenses. Instead, the company presented a glass-like surface in the area, which is supposed to house the camera units.

Aside from the designs, both units are expected to be a version of the Magic6 Pro. Nonetheless, some variations from the original model can still be expected. Some of the prominent features and hardware the two models could borrow from Magic6 Pro might include its 6.8-inch OLED display with 120Hz variable refresh rate, rear camera setup (a 50MP main sensor, a 180MP periscope telephoto, and a 50MP ultrawide), and Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset.

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