Previously, President of Honor George Zhao unexpectedly revealed the new Smartphone Magic 2 on the eve of the IFA 2018 exhibition in Germany. As Honor’s new flagship, the Magic 2 will be equipped with a nearly 100% full-screen and powered by Kirin 980 processor.
Have a new, safer 40W super fast charge. As of now, the release time of Honor Magic 2 has not been announced yet, but today we have a report that suggests the release of Honor Magic 2 will obviously not be too long.
Just today, we found some images of Kirin 980 chip on Weibo, which can be seen from the photo. The date of the factory is September 26, which seems the Honor Magic 2 already in volume production, is it not just around the corner?
It is said that this box of Kirin 980 chips. The package says “Kirin 980, the meaning is obvious, Honor Magic 2 has begun mass production, so the time of the conference is believed to be in the near future. Considering that on October 16 Huawei will hold a global launch of Mate 20 in London, and if the Honor Magic 2 is released, it will almost certainly not be too far from the October 16 conference. The first batch of early adopters will also be tempered by the Kirin 980 chip.
Why is it important to try the Kirin 980 chip? Of course, because the overall performance of this chip is too much, the world’s first 7nm process chip, 6 of the world’s first, performance, graphics processing capabilities and AI computing power brought by dual NPU have reached the industry’s top level and it is enough for Apple’s Bionic A12 counterbalance is ahead of Qualcomm’s flagship chip Snapdragon 845.
At the same time, the Honor Magic 2 will continue to support the fast charge charging up to 40W. It is said that this 40W super fast charge will be converted from the first generation Magic 5V 8A ultra-high current solution to the 10V 4A large voltage solution, in terms of safety there will be an improvement.
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