There had arisen some buzz around the rumored new device announced by Honor. In fact, in May a reliable source had released some of the key specs of the new device which is the new Honor MagicBook that is supposed to be released in a Ruilong version processor.
Two months back, the notebook was certainly under development, and very recently more details about the notebook had surfaced which discussed its outer features mostly and added to the basic details available on the model. However, leaving all the rumors behind, Honor officially announced that the MagicBook Ruilong Edition will launch on July 16.
Keeping up with the announcement, the Chinese tech giant has also released a poster pertaining to the new device, and the poster indicates that the product will have “A+ productivity.” Although it may seem unclear as to what that precisely means, it may refer to its ability to deal with a heavy workload, and subsequently it may refer to the hardware performance of the notebook.
From the poster, a few of the notebook’s design details could be deciphered. From the looks of it, the MagicBook Ruilong Edition would be thin and light with a full-screen three-sided micro-border design. There appears to be no webcam on top of the screen, or it could also be that the webcam is built-in the keyboard and would pop up when the need to use it arises.
In addition, the shell of the Honor MagicBook series Ruilong version is made of metal, and the body is more sturdy. As mentioned above, this would be a thin laptop, and the front end has a groove design that is designed for easy opening. There are USB-A, HDMI, and USB-C ports on the side. Honor is yet to announce the price range for the MagicBook Ruilong Edition and release its key details.