Honor Magic 6 Pro Review with AI

Honor Magic 6 Pro Review with AI

Honor has announced its next flagship phone, the Magic 6 Pro, and it’s a device with an attractive appearance and remarkable performance, even though the design isn’t too original. Let’s find out more about this review of the new Honor Magic 6 Pro with AI.

One of the latest upcoming smartphones like the Honor Magic 6 Pro has recently been released and has already garnered a lot of attention. In this review, we’ll take a closer look at its features and performance to see if it’s really worth buying.

The unveiling took place during an event at MWC 2024 in Barcelona. As expected, the phone is based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor.

Review of the New Honor Magic 6 Pro with AI

Design and Build:

Available in black and the aforementioned epi green, the Magic 6 Pro, priced at £1099 / €1299, is available for pre-order starting from March 1st, with sales beginning from March 8th. Early orders from Amazon, Very, and Currys will be delivered with a package including the Pad 8, Earbuds X6, and a 100W charger.

During the show, Telefonica – owner of O2 in the UK – stated that they will introduce more products on the network, including, presumably, the Honor Magic 6 Pro.


In addition to the Magic 6 Pro, Honor also launched the Pad 9 at the end of last week. It’s a nice mainstream Android tablet with a large 12.1-inch FullView display and a 120Hz refresh rate. The Honor Pad 9 is available in cosmic gray or lake blue colors at a price of £299 or £399 and comes with a keyboard.

For the Magic 6 Pro, Honor has introduced a custom feature called Magic Capsule, somewhat like Dynamic Island, which expands at the top of the display to provide more information – simply tap the notification banner to activate it.

AI Everywhere:

As expected, Honor has empowered much of the phone with artificial intelligence. Magic Portal is the term used by Honor to describe many of its AI features, such as more intuitive sharing or searching for an address in a text message that automatically directs the user to Google Maps.

It’s also designed to perform image searches for purchases. In practice, this reduces the number of steps needed to perform certain operations. For example, if you copy an address from a message, the phone deduces what you might want to do and offers various options.

Returning to the hardware, the bright 6.8-inch LPTO display is “quad-curved,” essentially meaning it curves down on all sides.

There are no indications of peak brightness as recently claimed by other manufacturers, but the display features NanoCrystal Shield super-tough glass with a drop resistance 10 times higher than standard glass. Honor claims that in a drop test, it will remain intact compared to the iPhone 15 Pro Max and the Galaxy S24 Ultra.

Smart Camera:

Naturally, Honor has highlighted the photographic capabilities of the Magic 6 Pro’s Falcon Camera system. There is a 180MP f/2.6 OIS periscope telephoto lens with a modest 2.5x optical zoom and digital zoom up to 100x.

As with other digital zooms, this can be effective if you can hold the phone steady enough. Completing the picture are a 50MP ultrawide (f/2.0, EIS) and a 50MP f/2.0 OIS main camera sensor.

AI has also enhanced the camera system to better detect motion, predict movements, and effectively capture even the fastest movements. There’s also a 50MP front-facing unit.

Honor has confirmed (as rumored) that there will be a Porsche Design version of this phone, the Porsche Design Honor Magic 6 RSR – but only a hint was given during the event, so expect the debut in the next two months.

Honor and Qualcomm have also collaborated to integrate the extensive “LLaMA 2” (LLM) language model within the HONOR Magic6 Pro: this allows working with artificial intelligence on tasks such as text generation and understanding, even offline.

The Magic 6 Pro is also capable of detecting eye movements. The company tested Magic 6’s eye-tracking to the extreme by controlling a hands-free car. The idea might seem a bit exaggerated, but the purpose is to demonstrate that human control and artificial intelligence can enhance the way we interact with technology.

New MagicBook and Porsche V2 Price:

Finally, there’s also a new addition to the MagicBook laptop series: the MagicBook Pro 16 with a 16-inch display and Intel Core Ultra 7 chip. Like many manufacturers, Honor is promoting an AI-powered PC, with more intelligence in Windows 11.

MagicRing is Honor’s name for simpler device sharing, always with the intention of reducing operations to perform certain actions.

Honor has also announced the price of the previously announced Honor Magic V2 RSR: available at the premium price of £2349.99 or €2699 (16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage).

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Honor Magic 6 Pro Review with AI
Honor Magic 6 Pro Review with AI

Product Name: Honor Magic 6 Pro

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