The HONOR Magic6 Pro launch is right around the corner. That phone has been surfacing for quite some time now, and it will launch alongside the vanilla Magic6. As we’re waiting for the January 10 launch event, the HONOR Magic6 Pro just surfaced in real-life images. These images come from Digital Chat Station, a well-known tipster. Do note that it’s not the first time we’re seeing a live image of the device, as one appeared last month.
The HONOR Magic6 Pro has surfaced in two real-life images, revealing new details
If you check out the images below this paragraph, you’ll see the phone in two of them. One is showing the device from the front, and the other from the back. The first thing that I noticed is that the sides of the phone seem to be flat.
That was not the case with the HONOR Magic5 Pro, so it’s interesting. The HONOR Magic6 Pro will retain a curved display, though, while its pill-shaped camera hole will move to the central position. That camera island will also be thinner, and wider, it seems.
As you can see in the first image, the bezels on this phone are very thin all around. The frame will be flat around the phone, but it will have slightly curved edges, so that it’s more comfortable to hold.
The second image shows us the phone’s backside
The second image in the gallery gives us a look at the phone’s backside. Truth be said, this image is not of the best quality, which is a shame. Still, we do get to see the phone’s back side, which surfaced several times thus far.
This is the green model of the phone, and it’s made out of metal and glass. You can clearly see the triple camera setup on the back. It looks similar to what the HONOR Magic5 Pro offered, but it’s tweaked a bit.
You’ll notice that the top camera seems to be larger than the rest. That is allegedly a 200-megapixel periscope telephoto camera that HONOR decided to utilize here. The other two cameras are the main shooter and the ultrawide camera.
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 is expected to fuel the HONOR Magic6 Pro, while the device will have top-of-the-line specs through and through.