huawei_honor_magicMost smartphones these days are pretty standard in terms of what they can do. Some companies tried to differentiate themselves by introducing modular features, while others try to sell their phones based on its camera’s capabilities. Now it seems that Huawei has a new plan of attack and that is through AI.


The company has recently taken the wraps off their latest smartphone, the Huawei Honor Magic. It is a smartphone that comes with “smarter” features so that instead of the phone merely reacting to your commands, it will also be smart enough to make suggestions for you and to display notifications and activating features that are relevant to the moment at hand, such as prompting the flashlight button when the phone detects that it is in a dark area.

The software powering this is the Honor Magic Live which is basically Huawei’s take on Android. Like we said it is smart enough to know what you are talking about, like if you’re chatting about movies, it will be able to make movie recommendations. It can also tell when users are driving and will activate a driving mode, and so on.

In terms of hardware, the Honor Magic will feature a 5-inch display and a body made from aluminum that is slightly curved. Under the hood, a Kirin 950 octa-core processor can be found with 4GB of RAM, 64GB of native storage, and a 12MP rear-facing camera with dual lenses, along with an 8MP front-facing camera. Unfortunately for now the Huawei Honor Magic is limited to China and there are no plans to bring it stateside.

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