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After teasing it back in August, Honor today formally launched its latest flagship phone, the Honor Magic 2, in Beijing, China. The high-end device is remarkable as it boasts one of the highest screen-to-body ratios currently available.
The Honor Magic 2 is almost entirely borderless, with wafer-thin bezels that are scarcely visible, and no unsightly notches to blemish the 6.39-inch AMOLED screen (which, by the way, also packs an under-screen fingerprint reader).
To accomplish this, Honor got a bit creative. Like the recently released Xiaomi Mi Mix 3, the Huawei sub-brand’s latest handset uses a slider mechanism which stealthily conceals the phone’s earpiece and 16MP triple-lens front-facing camera.
Yes, you read that right. Triple lens.
It goes without saying
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