Honor Magic 2 Camera Slider Design Using Bezel-Less Display Seen in New Teaser video

Photo Credit To: MiaoPai

Honor Magic 2, set to launch on October 31, has been seen in another teaser video. At the point when the Huawei sub-mark made that big appearance at IFA 2018 recently, it introduced the Magic 2 as an exciting upcoming smartphone. Honor seems, by all accounts, to be jumping on the sliding camera fleeting trend with the Magic 2, and now teasers of the handset have begun surfacing on the Internet showcasing its outline. The Honor Magic 2 will accompany a bezel-less display by leveraging the sliding camera functionality. This camera slider, likewise called Magic Slide, can be found in the new teaser.

The Honor Magix 2 teaser, posted on Chinese video sharing website MiaoPai.com, gives off an impression of being a video notice of the upcoming handset. It accompanies a few extravagant winds and whirls and music to indicate Honor is prepared to launch the Magic 2 not long from now. While the camera slider in the smartphone was teased during the short unveiling not long ago, the video has now exhibited the outline in somewhat more detail.

In a few sections of the video, we figured out how to take a look at the back panel of the Magic 2. It demonstrates the nearness of a vertical dual camera setup at the top left corner of the handset, coupled with a flash directly beneath it. Interestingly, the fingerprint sensor is by all accounts missing at the back. A prior report had claimed that the Honor Magic 2 will include an in-display fingerprint sensor instead of a physical one. There is no information about the nearness of Face Unlock in the phone.

The Honor Magic 2 is a successor to the Honor Magic that was launched in 2016 with display bends and AI-based highlights. The Magic 2, in the interim, accompanies the Magic Slide include that empowers the phone to have an almost 100 percent screen-to-body ratio. At the IFA public exhibition, the company had just demoed the Magic 2 quickly in front of an audience. Key features of the smartphone include the latest HiSilicon Kirin 980 SoC, an all-screen display with a camera slider component, and 40W 'Magic Charge' technology.

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