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Alleged Honor Magic V3 Spotted On China’s 3C Certification Website; Revealed To Support Satellite Communication And 66W Fast Charging

The Chinese smartphone brand Honor has recently unveiled the Honor Magic V Flip in the Chinese market and the brand is now rumored to be working on the Honor Magic V3 foldable smartphone but no update arrived regarding the specs of the device.

A new Honor device with model number FCP-AN10 has been spotted on China’s 3C certification website and it is expected to be the rumored Honor Magic V3.

The listing reveals that chargers with model numbers HN-110600C00 and HW-110600C02 were used for testing the device. The device is said to support a maximum of 66W fast charging. The above database also revealed that the smartphone will be arriving with support for Satellite connectivity.

Other than this not much is known regarding the upcoming device for now but if reports are to be believed Honor Magic V3 could make its debut in July, hence we might come across some more details in the coming days. Also since Honor Magic V3 will be arriving as the successor of Honor Magic V2 which made its debut last year in China, we may see some upgrades in the specs of the upcoming device.

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