This Could Be The HONOR Magic 3, And It Hopefully Is

HONOR Magic 3 render leak

The HONOR Magic 3 handset is expected to launch in the near future, and its render just appeared. This render surfaced on Weibo (a Chinese social network), and it was spotted by Tech Agent, a tipster.

Now, do note that the tipster says that he’s not sure whether this is the real phone or not. The original source is not exactly well-known, so take this image with a grain of salt.

The HONOR Magic 3 render appears, and it’s hopefully the real deal

If you take a look at the image provided above, you’ll see a smartphone that has almost no bezel, and no display camera hole either. This phone does include an under-display camera.


The HONOR Magic 3 is rumored to include an under-display camera, so that makes sense. The device also has a curved display, and a glass back as well. It seems like the front and back curvature is proportional.

There are three cameras included on the back. The main camera sensor is considerably larger than the rest. This actually looks like it could be a gigantic camera sensor. The second camera is probably an ultra-wide one, while the third one is a periscope unit. An LED flash is also a part of the camera island on the back.

HONOR’s logo is imprinted on the back of the phone, and this is the white variant of the device. Now, in regards to the phone’s specifications, we don’t know a lot.


The Magic 3 series will ship with the Snapdragon 888+ SoC

HONOR did confirm a while back that the Magic 3 series will ship with the Snapdragon 888+ SoC. That could indicate that we’ll see more than one Magic 3 smartphone launch at the same time.

The Magic 3 series is expected to arrive in August. That is, at least, what the rumors have been saying. HONOR still hasn’t confirmed anything in regards to the launch date.

We also know that the devices will include Google services, that much has been confirmed by the company. In fact, all HONOR smartphones moving forward will include Google services. HONOR is no longer Huawei’s company, and thus no longer banned by the US.