Honor's Magic V2 Porsche Edition Has a Stylus Inside the Box

Honor's Magic V2 Porsche Edition Has a Stylus Inside the Box

Honor collaborated with Porsche, the German carmaker, to craft the Magic V2 RSR, a foldable phone boasting distinctive sportscar DNA. This limited-edition variant of Honor's flagship, the Magic V2, prides itself on being the world's lightest and thinnest book-style foldable phone. 

The Magic V2 RSR's rear cover mimics the "flyline" of a Porsche 911's hood, with a camera bump framed in titanium echoing the car's rounded windshields. Notably, the Magic V2 RSR includes a stylus in the package, differentiating it from the standard Magic V2. This stylus can be utilized on both the cover and inner screens.

The Magic V2 RSR's design is a tribute to Porsche cars. In addition to design nuances, other differentiators from the regular Magic V2 include increased storage space (1TB vs. 512GB) and an anti-scratch nanocrystal shield display for the cover screen, offering enhanced protection against drops and scratches. Weighing in at 234 grams, the Magic V2 RSR is slightly heavier than the Magic V2.

Despite these variances, the Magic V2 RSR shares many features with its counterpart, including a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, a triple-camera setup with a telephoto lens, and a sizable battery supporting 66-watt fast charging. 

It also guarantees four years of Android software upgrades and five years of security updates. Honor is set to launch the Magic V2 RSR internationally at a higher price compared to the Magic V2, which starts at £1,700 in the UK and 1,999 euros in the EU.

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