The Honor Magic 4 Pro.
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The Magic 4 Pro can be charged to 50 percent in 15 minutes, thanks to Honor's new fast-charging technology. Honor says that the phone can fully charge the device's battery in 30 minutes, thanks to the 100W wired charging and 100W wireless charging.

The Magic 4 doesn't support 100W wireless charging and the Magic 4 Pro does. The Magic 4 will start at €899, while the Magic 4 Pro will start at 1099. Honor is yet to give exact release dates or markets for both, but they will be available in the coming months.

The camera capabilities of the Magic 4 Pro are emphasized by Honor. There are three cameras on the rear: a 50-megapixel main camera, a 50-megapixel ultrawide with a 122-degree field of view, and a 64-megapixel periscope telephoto camera. The Magic 4 has a lower resolution camera.

The Honor Magic 4 Pro from the front and back.
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The Magic 4 Pro has a display that is able to adjust its refresh rate all the way from 1hertz to 120hertz and is curved around four edges. The Magic 4 has the same screen size and refresh rate as the standard Magic 4, but it only curves around two edges.

The Magic 4 series is powered by a flagship processor. The Magic 4 is available with either 8 or 12GB of RAM and between 128 and 512GB of storage, while the Magic 4 Pro has similar specifications, but lacks a 128GB option. The Magic 4 has a lower rating for dust and water resistance than the Pro, so it should be able to survive a light splash, but not full immersion.

The Magic 4 Pro features a private calling feature that’s designed to reduce sound leakage.
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Honor's phones are now able to ship with services from the all important Google Play Store. Honor says both will use its MagicUI 6.0 software. The Honor Pro model has a feature called Privacy calling, which it claims prevents as much sound from leaking from the phone's built-in speaker during voice calls.

The announcement of the Magic 4 series came about half a year after Honor detailed the Magic 3. Honor said at the time that it hoped to release the Magic 3 and Magic 3 Pro globally, and even announced pricing in euros for the two phones. Neither appears to have been widely released outside of China. Honor hopes that the Magic 4 will be different as it tries to make a name for itself.