The Honor Magic 2 was teased about during the IFA keynote this year and, while we were able to see both a prototype of the device as well as get a word on a few specifications, no other announcements were made.
What we did know was that the device will have a full-screen display and a front-facing camera that will be neatly hidden in a slide mechanism. The phone will also run on the Kirin 980 processor and it will be the company’s first phone to use the second generation Honor 40W fast charge.
Now we finally have another piece of the puzzle on hand.
If you enter the company’s official Chinese website, you’re greeted by a teaser poster that gives away the Magic 2 unveiling date, which is October 31st, in Beijing.
Its predecessor, the Honor Magic had only been released to the Chinese market, but the IFA announcement this year, in English none the less, gives us hope that the Honor Magic 2 will benefit from a much wider release.