Honor Magic 4 Pro review: A fast-charging flagship phone, with top-notch cameras and performance

The 6.81-inch Honor Magic 4 Pro runs on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of (non-expandable) storage. The 20:9 120Hz OLED screen has 1312 x 2848 (460ppi) resolution.

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Since Honor became independent from Huawei and reclaimed access to the full suite of Google applications, the company has struggled to launch a true flagship handset under its own steam. The last Honor handset we reviewed was the Honor 50, running on the mid-range Snapdragon 778H 5G chipset. But now we have the Honor Magic 4 Pro, which is an altogether more premium handset. 

The Magic 4 Pro isn’t quite the best Honor has to offer — there is a Magic 4 Ultimate with a huge 512GB of storage and a different camera setup, but we’re unlikely to see that in the UK. Still, the Magic 4 Pro comes in (just)

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