The Honor Magic 3 is going to launch next week and the company CEO has just teased the smartphone himself. The teaser reveals that the Honor Magic 3 will have five cameras on the back and it also partially reveals the design.
Executive George Zhao has also talked about the AI capabilities we can expect from the Honor Magic 3, though details are still unknown.
The handset was shown in a pre-production case which was meant to hide the design, but we can still see five-camera cutouts on the back. Note that none of these cutouts are square-shaped, meaning that there will be no periscope zoom lens. We can also see a microphone for audio zoom features, a dual-LED flash on the bottom, and one at the top.
This teaser was part of a 5-minute video where the CEO was talking with a famous Go player Nie Weiping and a former journalist Zhang Quanling. He explained the neat features the Honor Magic 3 will have, one of which was a more silent ringtone if the user is looking at the screen, which would be useful for privacy reasons.
The Honor Magic 3 will be one of the first smartphones to feature the Snapdragon 888+ chip. The camera setup is expected to include a 50MP lens, three 64MP cameras, and a ToF sensor or a 2MP depth shooter.
The Honor Magic 3 is set to release on August 12.