Honor is a sub-brand of Huawei, and the Honor magic 2 is their latest addition to the bunch. 2018 has been that year where almost all smartphone manufacturers are trying to push the phone bezels more and more to make them thinner and the screen bigger. In order to accomplish the all screen smartphone, the manufacturers are trying different hacks and gimmicks to adjust the front-facing camera. With that being said, the honor magic 2 uses a sliding feature to pop up the cameras. Magic 2 is the best of the Honor series. It costs almost $800 so Honor magic 2 price in Nepal can be expected to be around Rs.92,000. The magic 2 is only available in some regions and hence is a difficult phone to get your hands on.
Honor magic 2 has an attractive design. At the front, the notch less screen with thin bezels looks stunning while the back of the phone kind of reminds you of the P20 pro, especially the layouts of the camera modules. The box comes with a type C to 3.5mm headphone adapter i.e the headphone jack is indeed missing and also it has only one down firing speaker. Apart from the basic virtues, the most anticipated design aspect has to be the slider mechanism. The from part of the phone slides downwards to reveal the selfie cameras, and yes, it has 2 of them. Meaning, you can take portrait selfies without a hitch.
Honor magic 2 has flagship grade hardware and features. Magic 2 houses the kirin 980, which is the fastest chip Kirin has to offer. Also, the 8GB of ram and Mali G76 can run almost any game on max settings. It has 3 cameras at the back and 2 on the front. The camera has a special mode called night mode when enabled can capture subjects in pitch black, which is as good as in the mate 20 pro. The slider for the camera can also work as a fidget tool. This phone also has all the features of EMUI 9. The battery is not the biggest but certainly above average. As the 7nm chip, on the android pie is much more power efficient, the 3500mAh battery will not run out of juice with a day of use.