The Honor Magic 4 already outperforms the Galaxy S22 Ultra in a benchmark before its release

Honor is set to unveil a new generation of high-end Magic 4 smartphones, and one of the models has already been spotted on the Geekbench 5 benchmark just weeks before its release.

Honor Magic3 Pro
The Honor Magic3 Pro

Less than a year after the release of its Magic 3 series, made up of three models, Honor will unveil a generation of high-end smartphones at the end of the month. The manufacturer has announced on social networks that it will be present at the MWC Barcelona on February 28, and that he would take advantage of the show to launch a new generation of Magic smartphones.

Unlike Magic 3 which had never arrived in France, we can hope that this new series will be sold with us. Before their official launch at the end of the month, we already know a little more about the performance of smartphones. These already look extremely powerful.

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What do we know about the performance of Honor’s Magic 4?

Honor has already announced that its high-end smartphones Honor Magic 4 will use Qualcomm’s latest premium processor, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. A few weeks before the launch, one of the models has already been spotted on the Geekbench 5 benchmark. The smartphone would have obtained a score of 1245 points on one heart, and 3901 points on several hearts.

The Honor Magic 4 therefore seems 2.5% more powerful than Samsung’s new Galaxy S22 Ultra, which only gets 1215 points on one heart. In multi-core, the performance difference widens, with the Galaxy S22 Ultra only obtaining a score of 3303 points. The Honor Magic 4 therefore promises to be 18.1% more powerful. We must not forget that the benchmarks do not necessarily reflect the real performance of smartphones, and that we will therefore have to wait for the tests to see which smartphone is really the fastest.

The Honor Magic 4 should also put the package on the photo part. The Pro+ model is expected to use a 4-camera setup again. Last year, the Magic3 Pro+ used a 50MP main sensor, 64MP ultra-wide-angle sensor, 64MP monochrome sensor, and 64MP telephoto sensor. While waiting for the release of the Honor Magic 4, we are still impatiently awaiting the arrival in France of the Honor 60 and 60 Pro, which are already available in China.

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