New Honor phones carrying model numbers ELZ-AN10 and ELZ-AN20 have been spotted on 3C certification with 66W fast charging support. These likely belong to Honor Magic 3 series.
Honor Magic 3 series is all set to launch on August 12. Recent teasers shared by the company on Webio reveal that the phone will pack a big camera sensor on the back. Unlike most of the other phones, the Magic 3 series will feature two main sensors for rear photography.
As of now, the company has not revealed how many phones are in the Magic 3 lineup but thanks to a reliable tipster @RODENT950, who revealed that the series includes 3 phones. These phones carry model numbers ELZ-AN00, ELZ-AN10, ELZ-AN20, and the Magic 3 series is code-named Elizabeth.
Out of the three, the ELZ-AN10 and ELZ-AN20 have now appeared on the Chinese 3C certification with 66W fast charging. These could be the Pro models, while the ELZ-AN00 could be a vanilla model. The 3C listing also confirms that both the phones support 5G connectivity. The Magic 3 series is confirmed to be powered by Snapdragon 888 Plus SoC.
The rumored Honor 3 series model numbers were recently spotted on Russia’s EEC certification. It means that the phones may launch outside China too. Reliable Chinese tipster Digital Chat Station claims that one of the Magic 3 series phones may have a 6.76-inch OLED panel. The phone is said to have a 2772 x 1344 QHD+ resolution display with a dual punch-hole cutout for the selfie cameras. There’s no word on battery capacity yet, but it is rumored to feature 50W wireless charging.
The vanilla model of Honor Magic 3 is expected to cost around CNY 4,000 (roughly $620) and the Pro model could be priced around CNY 5,000 ($773). In the coming days, the company will share more specifications through the teasers to build some hype.