Honor Magic 3 appears on Geekbench displaying great power of Snapdragon 888 Plus

Honor 'Magic 3' series to feature Snapdragon 888 Plus chipset

Honor has split from its former parent company, Huawei, and has since developed its own products, including mobile phones. Now, by no longer being part of the same group as the company saying the U.S. government, it can bring Qualcomm-based devices and support to 5G networks, as well as have Google apps and services on their devices.

The brand itself has already released a teaser confirming the existence of honor magic 3, and also confirmed the use of Qualcomm Snapdragon 888+, currently the most powerful Android smartphone processor in the world. Now the device has been found on Geekbench, one of today's leading benchmarking platforms, displaying the power of the new chipset.

Running Android 11, the smartphone was able to record 1,215 test points for a single core and 3,806 test points that use all the cores of the platform. For comparison only, models with the standard Snapdragon 888 are between 1,000 and 1,100 points in the single-core test and record about 3,300/3,700 points in the multi-core test, which shows a discrete advance in the new version of the chipset.

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Looking much like the Huawei Mate 40 Pro, the Honor Magic 3 should have four rear cameras inside a large circular module, next to the LED flash. On the front, there should also be a pill-shaped hole to store the front camera.

According to rumors, honor's top-of-the-line will be equipped with a 6.76-inch curved AMOLED screen of QHD+ resolution and 120 Hz refresh rate. In addition to the Snapdragon 888+, it is expected to bring 12 GB or 16 GB of RAM,256 GB or 512 GB of storage, and Android 11, under Magic UI 5.0.

In any case, you will need to wait for the next day 12 August, the date where the brand will hold an event to show the Magic 3 line officially. So keep an eye out here at Caltech so you don't miss any news.

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