HONOR has introduced the European launch of the PORSCHE DESIGN HONOR Magic6 RSR, the second collaborative smartphone with Porsche Design. This release follows the success of their initial foldable smartphone collaboration, aiming to combine performance with luxury design.

CEO George Zhao emphasizes the device’s embodiment of Porsche DNA and commitment to excellence.

The PORSCHE DESIGN HONOR Magic6 RSR incorporates structural elements inspired by Porsche cars, with a camera module embraced by Porsche’s hexagonal design.

It comes in Agate Grey and Frozen Berry colors, paying homage to iconic Porsche hues. Leveraging automotive industry cues, the smartphone features advanced HDR sensors and a LiDAR Matrix Autofocus System for superior photography.

In terms of durability and visibility, the device boasts the HONOR Anti-scratch NanoCrystal Shield and Dual-layer OLED Tandem Display. It’s powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 Mobile Platform and innovative battery technologies derived from electric vehicles.

The PORSCHE DESIGN HONOR Magic6 RSR runs on HONOR MagicOS 8.0, offering features like Magic Portal and MagicRing for enhanced user experience and connectivity.


PORSCHE DESIGN HONOR Magic6 RSR Specifications
Display 6.80” (2800 × 1280) Dual-Layer OLED Tandem Display, 120Hz
Processor Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 Mobile Platform
Memory 24 GB of RAM + 1 TB
Battery 5600 mAh (80W Wired and 66W Wireless HONOR SuperCharge)
Operating System Android 14 (HONOR MagicOS 8.0)
Front Camera 50MP Ultra-wide + 3D TOF Sensor
Rear Camera Super Dynamic HONOR Falcon Camera H9800 sensor (150 MP + 50 MP + 50 MP + LiDAR)
Dimensions 162.5 mm × 75.8 mm × 8.9 mm × 237g
Colors Agate Grey, Frozen Berry
Price £1,599 (~$2,009)

Price and Availability

With a starting price of £1,599 (~$2,009), it targets discerning customers seeking performance, luxury, and innovation. For more information and global availability visit HONOR’s Global website — Customers in the UK can visit the HONOR and Porsche Design websites to purchase this interesting device.

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