Honor Magic 6 receives 3C certification ahead of January launch

Honor Magic 6 receives 3C certification ahead of January launch

Honor is reportedly working on a series of Honor Magic 6 smartphones. It is likely that the lineup will include at least four models, such as Magic 6, Magic 6 Pro, and Magic 6 Ultimate. The Magic 6 line is rumored to debut in January 2024. Ahead of the expected launch, the vanilla model has received approval from the 3C authority in China.

Honor Magic 6 has passed 3C certification

According to reports, the upcoming Honor Magic 6 is codenamed “Bvlgari”. While the BVL-AN00 is said to be associated with the Magic 6, the Pro/Ultimate models are said to have model numbers BVL-AN16 and BVL-AN20. As you can see in the screenshot below, the Magic 6 device has received 3C certification.

The certification shows that Magic 6 will come with the HN-110600C00 / HW-110600C02 power supply, which supports fast charging with up to 66W. As a reminder, the Magic 5, Magic 5 Pro, and Magic 5 Ultimate models support 66W charging. The Pro and Ultimate models offer 50W wireless charging. It is not yet known whether Magic 6 Pro and Magic 6 Ultimate will retain the same wired and wireless charging capabilities as their predecessors.

It is rumored that the Magic 6 series will be equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset. It is assumed that the Magic 6 line will be equipped with a one-inch OmniVision OV50K main camera. With this camera, it is expected to compete with smartphones such as the OPPO Find X7 Pro, Vivo X100 Pro+ (or Ultra), and Xiaomi 14 Ultra, which are expected to feature Sony’s one-inch LYT-900 camera sensor. The Magic 6 is also expected to feature a centrally located pill-shaped notch on the screen and support satellite connectivity.


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