On July 6, the Chinese blogger Digital Jun published a photo of what is suspected to be a Huawei or Honor smartphone not yet presented.
Honor Magic 3: Here is the first live photo
From the released photo it can be seen that the device has a black body, with a rectangular rear module that incorporates four image sensors and the word "48MP". So presumably the main camera should have a 48 megapixel resolution.
In addition, the blogger also said that the current version of the smartphone uses a Kirin chip produced by Huawei, the overall performance is good and the positioning should be medium-high or high-end.
Interestingly, the photo also shows the HONOR MAGIC 2 watermark, which caused a heated discussion among his fans.
In the comments, some users commented that it is the Honor Magic 3, the blogger replied with an emoji of a smiley face that eats a melon. Other users asked if the photo was taken with the Honor Magic 2? In this case the blogger said "Don't ask me anything", suggesting therefore that it is quite obvious.
We quickly remember that the Honor Magic 2 was a flagship equipped with the Kirin 980 chip and adopted a full screen design with a slide mechanism to achieve a screen ratio of almost 100%. So we can assume that the successor, the Honor Magic 3 will also use a high-end chip such as the Kirin 990 5G, or the most powerful CPU produced by Huawei.
As for the front design, we always expect a full screen design, even if at the moment it is not clear how it will be obtained.