The Honor Magic V2 Lite, also known as the Honor Magic V2 Youth Edition, is expected to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC.
On September 1, Honor will deliver a keynote address at the IFA (Internationale FunkAusstellung Berlin). The Honor Magic V2 is expected to make its global premiere at the event. Several sources have now reported that further foldable devices, such as the Magic V2 Lite and Honor Magic V2 Slim, may be unveiled during the yearly event. Honor, a former Huawei subsidiary, is set to sell the Honor Magic V2 Lite (or Youth Edition in Chinese) as a scaled-down version of the Honor Magic V2, which became available in China in July. A Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC might power it.
Several tipsters on the Chinese microblogging site Weibo (via Playfuldroid) have indicated that the Honor Magic V2 Lite and Honor Magic V2 Slim will be unveiled during the IFA in the first week of September.
According to a source named Wangzai knows everything (translated from Chinese), the Honor Magic V2 Lite aka Honor Magic V2 Youth Edition will be powered by a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC and would cost around CNY 5,000 (approximately Rs. 56,000).
Another X (previously Twitter) tipter, @RODENT950, stated that the Honor Magic V Slim is on its coming to the market. It is expected to have a thin structure, a vertical hinge, and an outward folding design. It supposedly received certification from MIIT in China under the codename “Victoria.” Flip,The tip also included Magic 6, Magic 6 Pro, Magic 6 Ultimate, and Magic OS 8.0.
Honor has yet to reveal any specifics regarding its impending foldable devices. As a result, it’s best to take these details with a grain of salt.
The Honor Magic V2 was released in China in July, with a starting price of CNY 8,999 (about Rs. 1,03,000) for the base 16GB RAM + 256GB model. It has a 7.92-inch full-HD+ (2,344×2,156-pixel) LTPO OLED inner display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. It has a 6.43-inch full-HD+ (1,060×2,376-pixel) LTPO outer panel with a refresh rate of 120Hz. It includes a triple back camera setup, led by a 50-megapixel main sensor.