Honor Magic6 Pro Global release


the Honor Magic6 Pro, the company’s latest flagship phone, boasts excellent rear cameras, they also want you to know that artificial intelligence will play a big role in your photo-taking experience.

The Magic6 Pro, first introduced in China in January, had its international premiere before the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, together with the recently released Magic V2 folding phone, Honor’s MagicBook Pro 16 laptop, and the Honor Pad 9 tablet.

Honor Magic6 Pro


its 6.8-inch OLED display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 engine, large 5,600mAh battery with 80W cable charging and 66W wireless charging, and up to 1TB of storage and 16GB of RAM, the phone is a formidable competitor.

Featuring three cameras—a 50-megapixel ultra-wide, a 180-megapixel periscope telephoto with a 100x digital zoom, and a 2.5x optical zoom—the primary camera is of the throw-in-the-kitchen-sink type. The digital component contributed to the camera’s massive megapixel count. The phone’s opposite side features an overkill 50-megapixel selfie camera with an f/2.0 aperture.

Camera: A World of Wonder All in your Masterpiece

Now that the statistics are out of the way, the AI capabilities of this phone’s camera are what really catches our attention. The Falcon Camera System, as Honor refers to it, has capabilities like AI Motion Sensing Capture, which anticipates and records pivotal moments in high definition. Honor has a word for it which helps to record important gaming moments. Though it is unclear how well this idea would work, we find it interesting.

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The Honor Magic6 Pro’s front design is quite similar to that of the iPhone, with a pill-shaped camera cutout, but the phone’s curved edges will always serve as a reminder that it is an Honor phone. The massive periscope telephoto camera lens takes center stage in the huge camera bump on the rear.


The Honor Magic6 Pro’s durability is particularly highlighted by the firm, which asserts that it can withstand drops better than its rivals. During the phone’s launch, Honor demonstrated it to us in a video in which the Magic6 Pro was really slammed into an Apple iPhone and a Samsung Galaxy S24, with Honor (not surprisingly) coming out on top. Kids, don’t attempt this at home.

Pre-orders for the Honor Magic6 Pro, which comes in Black and Epi Green, begin on March 1 and retail for 1,299 euros in Europe and 1,099.99 pounds in the UK.

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