Honor’s folding phone makes its long awaited European debut
In December, select users were given the opportunity to test out Honor’s second foldable device, the Magic VS, which was intended to be the first to be sold in the Western market. Despite being a Chinese market prototype with some rough edges, it presented a compelling case for its existence. Now, three months later, Honor has unveiled the finished version of the device at MWC, which will be available for sale in the Western market. The device is priced at €1,599 (around $1,690) for the one model, which comes with 12GB RAM and 512GB storage, the same as Samsung’s Z Flip 4, except for the fact that the Z Flip 4 comes with only 256GB storage.