It looks like Honor’s Magic 4 series will even leave the Chinese market and land on European soil later this month.

Pre-orders start on May 24, and the terminals hit stores on May 31. But you have to prepare the portfolio is that the new series arrives with a base price from 899 euros, reaching the most advanced model at 1099 euros.

Honor Magic 4 and Magic 4 Pro arrive in Europe later this month at high prices

Honor Magic4 Pro will be launched in Europe/Germany from May 31 at €1,099 for the 8/256 GB model. Presale from May 24. Honor Watch GS3 as a pre-order gift.

—Roland Quandt (@rquandt) May 12, 2022

It seems that this time European users will have access to the latest news from Honor. The new Magic4 series is ready to land in the old continent market at the end of this month, with the opening of pre-orders on May 24 and on May 31 the terminals will arrive in stores.

But those interested should be prepared for the cost that each of these terminals will have and that it will not be accessible to all wallets. The base model, Magic 4, will be priced at 899 euros while the more advanced model, Magic 4 Pro, will cost 1,099 euros.

The information comes through the leaker Roland Quandt who also adds that all users who pre-book the terminals receive an Honor Watch GS3 as an offer.

Specifications expected in the new Honor Magic 4 series

As for the specifications, both models are equipped with a 6.81-inch LTPO screen, the Magic 4 offers a resolution of 2664×1224 pixels and the Magic 4 Pro offers a resolution of 2848×1312 pixels.

Both versions have the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor and Adreno 730 GPU along with 8 or 12 GB of RAM. As for the internal storage, they have different variants: the Magic 4 has three options with 128, 256 or 512 GB, while the Magic 4 Pro only has the 256 or 512 GB variants.

On the optical side, the models’ triple rear camera setup features a 50-megapixel primary sensor complemented by an ultra-wide-angle also with 50-megapixel resolution. The models differ in the third sensor: the Magic 4 is equipped with an eight megapixel telephoto sensor and the Magic 4 Pro integrates a telephoto sensor with a resolution of 64 megapixels.

There is no doubt that the models present good arguments, but do they justify the high cost at which they reach the European market?


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