The largest hurdle to utilizing a foldable every day is the dimensions; though current-gen merchandise are lighter than their predecessors, they’re nonetheless considerably heavier and bulkier than common telephones. Honor addressed this subject with the Magic V2; the foldable weighs the identical because the Galaxy S24 Ultra, and at 9.9mm when folded, it’s simply as thick as a standard telephone.

The svelte design of the Magic V2 offers it an enormous benefit over its rivals, and having used the gadget for a month now, I can confidently say that more often than not, it does not even really feel like a foldable. Honor is leveraging the design as soon as once more to create the last word model of the Magic V2, the Porsche Design Magic V2 RSR.

Porsche Design Honor Magic V2 RSR review

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This model of the Magic V2 was made in collaboration with Porsche Design, and whereas the basics are unchanged, there are many small tweaks that give the Magic V2 RSR its distinctive character. The important thing design trait is the flyline digital camera module that appears fairly distinctive; there’s a big glass panel that reveals off the digital camera modules to a larger extent than the usual variant, and the body across the housing is made out of titanium.

Porsche Design Honor Magic V2 RSR review

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