Bezel-less smartphones have managed to become a thing lately. We've seen a number of interesting devices with thin bezels released to date, like the Galaxy S7 Edge, for example, but nothing compares to the Xiaomi Mi MIX. This is the company's concept phablet which sports a 91.3% screen-to-body ratio, and looks really nice because of it. Well, it seems like both Meizu and Huawei are getting ready to release their very own bezel-less smartphones, Meizu's alleged smartphone leaked earlier today, and now we have some additional info to share about Huawei's offering, read on.
The Huawei Honor Magic smartphone has been popping up all over the internet. Honor had confirmed that the phone will launch on December 16th, which means that the device's launch is only a couple of days away at this point. A recent rumor suggested that the phone will be quite compact, fueled by the Kirin 950 SoC, and feature a 40W fast charging. Having that in mind, a new leak has just surfaced, sharing some more info about the phone's specs and price tag. The Honor Magic surfaced on JingDong Mall (JD.com), and if the listing is to be believed, the phone will cost 9,999 Yuan ($1,448), which is hardly likely. We expect this smartphone to cost no more than $1,000, but we'll see what happens. In addition to this, the rumor mentions that the Honor Magic could be water resistant, ship with a 4K display, and that wireless charging will also be included here, and so will artificial intelligence (AI).
Based on the rumored info, the Honor Magic will be fueled by the Kirin 950 64-bit octa-core processor, while it will pack in 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, while a dual camera setup could also be in the cards. It is also worth mentioning that the device actually leaked recently, and as you can see, the phone is actually really sleek-looking, it sports really thin bezels on the top and bottom, and basically no bezel on the sides. This smartphone will be announced on Friday, so stay tuned for that, we'll make sure to let you know if any additional info surfaces before then.