As impressive as Honor Magic4 Lite series is, the vanilla model will cost €900, while the Pro will cost €1,100. Both have Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipsets and powerful camera configurations. Check out these Honor Magic4 Lite renderings if you like the design but not the pricing.
According to Appuals, the phone would have a 6.81″ display, making it as huge as its brothers. LCD will be used instead of OLED, with a smaller resolution (1,080 x 2,388 px) but a higher refresh rate (120 Hz) than LCD (without the LTPO features, of course).
Although the rear-facing cameras seem to be arranged in a circle, they are not quite as spectacular as those on the most expensive smartphones. All three of these cameras are likely to be equipped with 48MP resolutions and 1080p/30/60fps framerates, as well as macro and depth sensors. A 16 MP sensor is recommended for the front camera.
According to leaked information, the Honor Magic4 Lite will be powered by a Snapdragon 695 processor and run Magic UI 6 on top of Android 11. The basic model will come with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage capacity. This 5G dual-SIM phone won’t feature a microSD card slot, but it will be dual-SIM compatible.
The Magic4 Lite’s battery capacity is the same at 4,800 mAh as the standard Magic4, but charging power is reduced to 40W. (down from 66W). In terms of dimensions and weight, the phone is expected to be 189 grammes and IPX2 certified for splash protection. NFC and Wi-Fi 6 (Ax) are also on the list of characteristics to note.
According to reports, the Honor Magic4 Lite will retail for about €300, making it much less expensive than the other two phones in the lineup. However, Honor has organised an event for tomorrow to announce the Magic4 Ultimate Edition and the Lite may also join in the celebrations.
The Honor X30 and Magic4 Lite are very similar devices. NFC and 40W vs 66W charging are the only things to be aware of. When the X30 went on sale for $235 in China last year, it was likely the worldwide version of the tablet.