Honor, a prominent player in the smartphone industry, is set to host a two-day launch event in China on January 10. The much-anticipated event will unveil the Magic OS 8.0, alongside the new Magic 6 series of smartphones. Ahead of the official release, the rumor mill has been actively churning out details about the specifications of the Magic 6 series. A recent leak on Weibo has brought to light some intriguing information about the camera capabilities and battery sizes of the Magic 6 and Magic 6 Pro models.
According to the latest leak, both the Honor Magic 6 and Magic 6 Pro are expected to feature a formidable rear camera setup. This setup includes a 50-megapixel OmniVision OV50H main camera paired with a 50-megapixel OV50M ultra-wide lens. Interestingly, this information contrasts with earlier reports which suggested that the Pro variant would boast a one-inch, 50-megapixel main camera. For telephoto capabilities, the standard Magic 6 is rumored to incorporate a 50-megapixel OV50M camera sensor, while the Pro variant could be equipped with a Samsung HP3 sensor.
Honor Magic 6 series camera and battery features leaked
The Magic 6 Porsche Design edition, a special variant in the series, is also making headlines with its camera specifications. It is rumored to be outfitted with a 50-megapixel OV50K main camera sensor, accompanied by the same 50-megapixel OV50M ultra-wide lens and a Samsung HP3 telephoto camera found in the Pro model.
Notably, while the Samsung HP3 sensors in the Magic 6 Pro and Porsche Design are speculated to have a 200-megapixel count, there's buzz about the Pro model possibly featuring a modified 160-megapixel version.
In terms of battery life, the leaks suggest the Magic 6 will be powered by a 5,450mAh battery. The Magic 6 Pro and Porsche Design variants are expected to step it up with a slightly larger 5,600mAh battery. Reports also indicate varying charging capabilities across the models: the Magic 6 may support 66W fast charging, while the Pro and Porsche Design editions could offer a more robust 100W wired charging and 50W wireless charging.
Powering these devices, as per industry reports, is the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset, ensuring that the Magic 6 series is not just about impressive cameras but also about robust performance.