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Porsche Design HONOR Magic6 RSR will launch on March 18

Last month, HONOR confirmed that the Porsche Design HONOR Magic6 RSR is coming. In a separate announcement, the company also said it’s coming in March. Well, now we know its launch date. The Porsche Design HONOR Magic6 RSR will launch on March 18.

The Porsche Design HONOR Magic6 RSR launch date has been revealed

This confirmation comes from HONOR China, via Weibo (China’s social media network). So, it’s safe to say that the launch will occur in China. That phone is expected to become available globally too, however.

This device will become the second Porsche Design device that was announced this year. It’s also the second device that Porsche Design and HONOR delivered in general. The Porsche Design HONOR Magic V2 RSR arrived not long ago.

The device will have a different back side than the HONOR Magic6 Pro

The Porsche Design HONOR Magic6 RSR is expected to have a different backplate than the HONOR Magic6 Pro (including the camera island design). Other than that, the two phones will probably be the same.

We are expecting the same specifications under the hood. Well, the Porsche Design model could end up offering more RAM, or something of the sort, but all the rest of its specs are expected to remain the same.

The ‘Ultimate’ version could have the same design

We are expecting the design to be the same or at least similar to what the HONOR Magic6 Ultimate will deliver. That phone is coming on the same date, by the way, March 18. It will also launch during the same event, so… there you go. You can check out the expected camera design and backplate finish below.

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HONOR Magic6 Ultimate Edition teaser featured

The Porsche Design HONOR Magic6 RSR will be fueled by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor. A 6.8-inch 2800 x 1280 LTPO OLED display will be in use, and that will be a 120Hz panel. Android 14 will come pre-installed along with MagicOS 8.0. Advanced facial scanning will also be a part of the package, along with 80W wired, and 66W wireless charging. You can read our HONOR Magic6 Pro review for more information.

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