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Image Shows Huawei Mate X2 (Representive) | Credit: Consumer Huawei

Honor Magic Fold and Magic Flip could be on their way, company registers a trademark

Honor registers both trademarks at CNIPA

Honor recently got separated from Huawei. They’re now free to use the Android OS and are away from the kind of restrictions imposed on Huawei. They will now launch their number of smartphones to grow up in the market. Now, they are gearing up to launch their foldable smartphones in the market. They will soon launch their foldable smartphone namely Honor Magic Fold, and a flip phone similar to the Galaxy Z Flip namely Honor Magic Flip. Hinting towards the launch, the devices have been listed officially on China National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA) patent authority.

The devices were registered on the website on 7th June 2021. On the other hand, a report from Display Supply Chain Consultants suggests that Honor launch their Honor Magic Fold smartphone in 2022. The report further says that it will likely compete with the foldable smartphones in the market like Samsung Galaxy Fold and recently launched Xiaomi Mi Fold devices. Further, the BOE and Visionox will supply the display part of the devices.

honor trademark flip fold

Apart from this, we don’t have any more information to share, neither the official nor the leaks. But obviously, to compete with the other smartphones in the market, the upcoming Honor foldable will bear strong and powerful hardware. Moreover, they will use the Android operating system as they’re now separated from the Huawei group. Not to be specific, but it might be powered by the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset or Huawei’s Kirin HiSilicone chips. Well, for the expectations the device might use the POLED display with a high refresh rate panel.

Also, as a result of separation, we might expect the specifications of the device to be different from Huawei’s foldable namely Huawei Mate X2. There’s no official clearance on which markets the smartphones will enter, But as it is certified in CNIPA, the China debut of the device is strongly confirmed.

About Chandan Pandit

He is a Tech Journalist at Dealntech. He writes on Mobile and Android related news. Keeping the contents as simple as possible with proper information is his goal. He enjoys researching all kinds of tech products, especially fascinating latest mobile phones and gadgets. In his free time, he loves playing mobile games.

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