Alleged HONOR Magic V3 with Satellite Connectivity Clears 3C Certification; Could Debut Soon

  • The HONOR Magic V3 is rumoured to launch next month in China.
  • It will arrive as a successor to Magic V2, launched in July last year.

HONOR recently unveiled the HONOR Magic V Flip smartphone in the Chinese market. Honor’s CEO Zhao Ming recently revealed that the Magic V3 is in the works. We have spotted an HONOR smartphone, with the model number FCP-AN10, on China’s 3C certification website. This might be the HONOR Magic V3. Take a look at the details.

Honor Magic V3 3C

The HONOR Magic V3 3c listing reveals support for 66W fast charging. As per the listing, chargers with model numbers HN-110600C00 and HW-110600C02 were used for testing purposes. These chargers support 10W (5V/2A), 40W (19V/4A), and 66W (11V/6A) power outputs. The smartphone also features support for Satellite connectivity.

The HONOR Magic V3 is rumoured to launch in China in July. It will arrive as a successor to the Magic V2, which launched last July. The HONOR Magic V2 is the thinnest foldable smartphone, at 4.7mm thick (when unfolded).

The HONOR Magic V2 offers a 7.92-inch foldable OLED screen with a 120Hz display, 402ppi, 1600nit peak brightness, and Stylus support. The cover screen on the handset includes a 6.43-inch LTPO panel with 120Hz refresh rate, 4022ppi pixel density, 2500 nits peak brightness, stylus support, and Nanocrystal glass 2.0.

The HONOR Magic V2 has a 5000mAh battery and 66W fast charging support. It has a 50MP primary camera, a 50MP ultra-wide camera, and a 20MP telephoto camera. It also offers a 16MP front camera.