Huawei Honor Magic is a beauty with the awe-inspiring curves and offers a whole lot of custom software. With the unveiling of Huawei’s new smartphone, many are speculating whether the rumored features of iPhone 8 have already been displayed by the company? Well, let’s compare the features of Honor Magic and iPhone 8 rumors.
Stylish and Unprecedented Design
The Honor Magic has a 5.09-inch AMOLED screen with a 2560×1440 resolution, giving it an exceedingly high 577 PPI. The iPhone 8 is rumored to have a larger display and a glass body with an aluminum frame. The back of the phone is said to be very similar to that of the iPhone 4 and 4s. The Korea Herald news website hints that the next iPhone will house an AMOLED display. While other news of an OLED display can also be seen in the tech media.
Honor Magic has dual 12-megapixel cameras on the back, one color and one monochrome, guaranteed to produce excellent shots. While iPhone 8 has been speculated to have a 3D camera. According to the details from a Korean Newspaper, Apple has joined hands with LG Innotek to create a smartphone camera module that will enable the 3D photography.
Processor, Power and Smart Sensors
The Honor Magic features Hisilicon Kirin 950 processor, 64GB of built-in storage, and 4GB RAM. There are also some rumors that Apple iPhone 8 will pack a 3GB RAM with the A11 chip inside built on 10nm process technology, making the chip even faster and more energy-efficient than the class-leading A10 Fusion in the iPhone 7.
The smartphone by Huawei has smart sensors, with the whole frame as one big sensor having a fingerprint reader in the home button and eye-tracking unit from Tobii on the front. The smartphone also comes with FaceCode detection that displays lock screen notification details only to pre-registered faces. The company also claims that you get 40% battery in just 10 minutes and 70% in 20 minutes with its fast-charging technology.
The iPhone 8 is expected to house a lot of innovative technologies including different sensors. It is said to get rid of the home button, which means the fingerprint scanner and other sensors will probably be embedded in the display itself.
Huawei has rightly named its new honor smartphone “Magic” as it offers magic to users through its build in AI. The device has multi-factor authentication technique, WiseScreen, which provides safety and security to the user. When a person picks up the Honor Magic, the frame senses how they’re holding it, and Tobii sensor checks at the same time their eyes, and if the user passes the test, the phone will unlock. Face recognition is also built in the device enabling only the registered faces to check the notifications.
Apple with iPhone’s 10 year anniversary next year, is expected to WOW the users. Though the concept of many speculated features can be seen in the Honor Magic but if we have seen anything the past decade, it is that Apple always knows how to get the conversation started with its feature smartphones.