Honor has brought the Magic Vs to the UK, where it starts at £1,399. However, Honor is offering a £200 discount on early orders, among other bonuses.
Honor has now launched the Magic Vs in the UK, its latest foldable smartphone. While the company initially pitched the smartphone as costing £1,399, it can be picked up for 14% less between now and May 26. Seemingly, there are no purchase restrictions, although Honor’s UK website has no stock of its exclusive Cyan colourway at present.
Instead, Honor is only selling the Magic Vs in Black for now, which also comes in a sole 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage configuration. Additionally, Honor will include a premium case and ‘one-time Screen Protection Service in 6 months’ coverage, allegedly totalling £500. Please note that Honor will only ship the first 150 orders from today, with the rest ‘shipped gradually’ from June 1.
To recap, the Magic Vs features the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1, a 5,000 mAh battery and twin OLED displays. Also, while the device is a touch lighter than the Galaxy Z Fold4, it is 5.2 mm taller, slightly thinner and 11.5 mm wider when unfolded. Please see our review for our full thoughts on the Magic Vs and how it compares against other recent flagships.
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Alex Alderson, 2023-05-20 (Update: 2023-05-20)