The much awaited Honor Magic 6 series is about to cause quite a stir in the smartphone business. The features of Honor’s flagship smartphone, which is expected to be released in the upcoming year, have been the topic of much speculation. In a recent interview with MyDrivers, Honor CEO Zhao Ming revealed a few specifics, including the smartphone’s satellite connection capabilities.
The next flagship, perhaps called Magic 6 Pro or Magic 6 Ultimate, is expected to transform the user experience with its cutting-edge capabilities, according to a report by HT Tech.
In an interview with MyDrivers, Honor CEO Zhao Ming reportedly verified some of the Magic 6 Pro’s features, according to a Notebookcheck report.
One of the most important developments that he reportedly confirmed is the integration of satellite communication capability. With the help of this feature, users will be able to send texts and make regular phone calls in addition to placing emergency calls via satellite without relying on a traditional cell network.
Zhao Ming emphasized that Honor has created this technology in-house and has outperformed rivals by providing the most dependable and energy-efficient satellite connection possible. The feature’s potential to save lives is highlighted by the emphasis on satellite communication for emergency situations, like those that occur at sea, in deserts, or during earthquakes.
It is expected that the Honor Magic 6 Pro model will include improvements beyond satellite connectivity. There have been rumors that it will come with a 200-megapixel periscope telephoto camera with a 1/1.5-inch sensor and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor.
By adding on-device generative AI big language model capabilities to MagicOS 8.0, Honor hopes to enhance user experiences. The report also states that the goal of integrating AI is to improve the smartphone experience overall.
According to rumors, OmniVision’s OV50K camera sensor may be included in the Magic 6 series’ camera specifications. This sensor stands out in the industry as the largest Chinese sensor because of its 1-inch expanded bottom. The official launch is expected for early in the upcoming year, which is exciting techies.