Last year, Honor launched its first laptop called MagicBook alongside the Honor 10 smartphone in China. A couple of months back, the company came up with its successor called MagicBook 2019. According to Evan Blass, the company is now working on a new high-end laptop called MagicBook Pro. While the MagicBook came with a 14-inch display, the upcoming MagicBook Pro will offer sport 16.1-inch display.
As per the leaked details, the 16.1-inch MagicBook Pro will come powered by the mid-range (8th-Gen) Intel Core i5-8265U processor. FYI, the 2018 and 2019 variants of MagicBook came with Intel Core i7 and AMD Ryzen 7 processors respectively. As seen with the previous MagicBook design, the upcoming MagicBook Pro will also look similar to the Apple Macbooks with the full metal body.
The Honor MagicBook Pro is mentioned to come with Nvidia GeForce MX250 Graphics Card. While it said to sport 8GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD storage, we also expect the company to launch the MagicBook Pro in a couple more storage options. As seen on the Huawei Matebook, the Honor MagicBook Pro also comes with a pop-up camera hidden in the middle of the top row on the keyboard. It also comes with a stereo speaker setup with two independent speakers placed on either side of the keyboard.
The power button on the top right corner might also come with an integrated fingerprint scanner. It will be running on Windows 10 and comes with Magic-Link 2.0 technology for seamlessly transferring pictures, videos, and other files from laptop to phone and vice-versa. Stay tuned on Phone Radar for more details.
(Note: The above-featured image is of Honor MagicBook 2019)