A few days before, we reported that Honor is working on its Magic 6 series. Even the main two models (standard and Pro) from the lineup also got listed on 3C Certification. Recently, we got a look at another model which seems to be launched along with these two models.
This morning, the all-new Honor Magic6 Lite 5G got listed on the Google Play certification site (with model number: HONOR HNALI-Q). With this model, the total number of expected models in the Honor Magic6 lineup is now three. Moreover, the Lite model would be the most affordable among them.
If we take a look at its specifications, the Honor Magic6 Lite 5G is powered by Snapdragon 6 Gen1 chipset. The chipset is based on a 4nm manufacturing process and features the following cores: 4x Cortex-A78 P-Cores (clocked @2.2GHz) and 4x Cortex-A55 E-Cores (clocked @1.8GHz). The chipset is also integrated with Adreno 710 GPU.
In terms of display, this model features a single punch-hole curved display that supports a higher 1200*2652p resolution and 520 DPI. The display seems to be an AMOLED Display as it doesn’t have any side fingerprint scanner but might feature an in-display fingerprint sensor.
In addition, the device is running on the Android 13 OS and is equipped with 12 Gigs of RAM. As mentioned before, the other two models of the Magic6 lineup were previously listed on the 3C Certification site revealing that these models would support the 66W charging technology.
Rumors also suggest that these two top models would be powered by the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen3 flagship chipset from Qualcomm that is based on TSMC’s latest 4nm manufacturing process and features the Cortex-X4 Super Core, the Snapdragon X75 5G modem and the Adreno 750 GPU.
At the moment, it is expected that Honor will launch its Magic6 series before the end of this year.