Honor Magic V (MGI-AN00), Honor 60 SE (GIA-AN00), and Honor X40i (TFY-AN40) have bagged approvals from the 3C certification site of China.
According to a Chinese tipster, Honor will be announcing these devices on January 10 in the homeland. Reports have claimed that the Magic V will be debuting as the first-ever foldable phone powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset.
Honor Magic V, Honor 60 SE, and Honor X40i 3C Certified
The 3C certification site has recently approved three Honor phones such as MGI-AN00, GIA-AN00, and TFY-AN40. While the identities of these models are not known yet, a reliable tipster from China has claimed that these devices will be debuting in the market with names such as Magic V, Honor 60 SE, and Honor X40i.
The 3C listings of the Magic V and Honor 60 SE show that these models may ship with a charger that has an HW-110600C00/1/2 model number. The charger supports up to 66W fast charging. On the other hand, the Honor X40i has appeared with an HW-100400C01 charger that supports up to 40W fast charging. The other thing that can be confirmed through the 3C certification is that the Magic V, 60 SE, and X40i are 5G-ready devices.
Honor Magic V, Honor 60 SE, and Honor 40i Key Specifications
According to the tipster, the Honor 60 SE will be equipped with the Snapdragon 778G chipset, which indicates that it could be an inferior version of the Honor 60, which is fitted with the same chip. The Honor X40i is expected to arrive with the Unisoc T770 chipset. The other details of the Honor 60 SE and X40i are not known yet.
The Magic V will feature an in-ward folding design with 90Hz punch-hole display on the front and a 120Hz foldable display on the inside. It will feature a 50-megapixel primary camera. Its other details are yet to be revealed.