Honor Magic4 Lite: Re-badged mid-range smartphone debuts in Europe with a Snapdragon 695 chipset and a 120 Hz display
Honor has added the Magic4 Lite to the Magic4 series, having already launched the Magic4, Magic4 Pro and the Magic4 Ultimate. However, the Magic4 Lite is not a new device. Instead, Honor has re-branded the Honor X30 and the Honor X9 5G. Incidentally, Honor has just started selling the X7 and the X8 in Europe.
So far, Honor has only listed the Magic4 Lite in France. Presumably, the company will sell the handset in other Eurozone countries at the very least, though. Since the Magic4 Lite is a re-badged Honor X9 5G, it relies on the Snapdragon 695, a 6.81-inch display and a 4,800 mAh battery that supports 66 W fast charging. For reference, the Magic4 Lite's large display operates at 1080p and 120 Hz, not 90 Hz like the X7 and the X8.
Additionally, the Magic4 Lite has a 48 MP primary camera, dual 2 MP depth and macro sensors, and a 16 MP front-facing camera. Still, Honor has sought to mimic the Magic4 series' design language, despite only including one usable rear-facing camera. Unfortunately, Honor has not confirmed how much the Magic4 Lite will cost. In saying that, its website states that the device will be available with 6 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage and a choice of Ocean Blue, Midnight Black and Titanium Silver colourways.