Honor launched the Magic6 Pro in China last month, and now we are approaching the moment when the phone will go global at MWC 2024. The company is very proud of what it achieved with the phone’s camera setup and in the latest teaser it is hyping up the sports photography prowess of the flagship.
The Honor Magic6 Pro’s Falcon Camera system promises to leverage AI Motion Sensing capabilities, to auto-capture the incredibly fast sporting moments, such as the highlights of facing match. The company worked with Cecilia Berder, fencing World champion and Olympic silver medalist to give it a try.
The AI algorithm helps detects motion and automatically captures multiple frames to let you identify that perfect one. Obviously, fast-paced action requires fast shutter speeds, so high light sensitivity is required and Honor is confident the Magic6 Pro has what it takes. We’ll obviously need to give the phone a proper test before believing all that, but the hardware does look promising.
Honor Magic6 Pro camera specs
- Wide (main): 50MP OmniVision OVH9000, 1/1.3″, f/1.4-2.0, 23mm, Laser AF, PDAF, OIS; 4320p@30/60fps
- Telephoto: 180MP Samsung ISOCELL HP3, 1/1.49″, f/2.6, 2.5x optical zoom, PDAF, OIS
- Ultrawide: 50MP Samsung S5KJN1, 1/2.76″, f/2.0, 13mm, 122 degrees FoV, AF
- Front camera: 50MP, f/2.0, 22mm, AF
The Honor Magic6 Pro will be accompanied by the Magic V2 RSR Porsche Design at the event in Barcelona. Rumors suggested there might be a luxurious variant of the camera flagship as well; we will be at the event and will have the latest info once everything is official.