Notebookcheck Logo

Honor Watch Magic 2: Live images leak

The original Honor Watch Magic launched just over a year ago. (Image source: Honor via Techradar)
The original Honor Watch Magic launched just over a year ago. (Image source: Honor via Techradar)
A trio of photos of the successor to last year's Honor Watch Magic have appeared online, ahead of its anticipated release on November 26. The Watch Magic 2 appears to feature some minor revisions over its predecessor, although we would not be surprised to see it launch in multiple colours too.

Almost every major smartphone OEM sells a smartwatch or fitness tracker of some kind, but Honor has multiple. The company has only just released the Honor Band 5, upon which it followed with the Honor Band 5i, but it now has a successor to last year's Watch Magic planned.

Due to be unveiled in China on November 26, Techradar has received exclusive first-look pictures of the Watch Magic 2, which we have included below. The website claims that these are direct from Honor, so expect the design on show here to likely represent what the company will showcase next week.

Honor looks to have given the Watch Magic 2 a slimmer bezel than its predecessor, along with a subtler overall look too. While the red-tipped crown of the original model remains, Honor has switched the tachymeter inscription from red to white to match the rest of the text on the dial of the watch. The screen also appears to sit flush with the dial rather than recessed within it, as was the case with the original Watch Magic.

While Honor will unveil the Watch Magic 2 in China, we expect that the company will extend its release beyond its home country. Honor launched the original Watch Magic in multiple countries for around US$230 earlier this year, although it can now be had for as little as US$150 from third-party sellers on Amazon.

(Image source: Honor via Techradar)
(Image source: Honor via Techradar)
static version load dynamic
Loading Comments
Comment on this article
Please share our article, every link counts!
Alex Alderson, 2019-11-20 (Update: 2019-11-20)