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HONOR unveiled its AI-powered HONOR MagicBook Pro 16 laptop, at MWC 2024 alongside the Magic6 Pro flagship smartphone.

With its platform-level AI capabilities and efficient hardware performance, HONOR positions the MagicBook Pro 16 as a powerful productivity or creativity tool. The company highlights the potential for multitasking through multi-screen collaboration, enhancing user productivity and workflow efficiency.

The HONOR MagicBook 16 Pro boasts optimized hardware performance, enhancing its platform-level AI capabilities. It delivers excellent general computing power thanks to the Intel Core Ultra 7 processor 155H, featuring six performance cores, eight efficient cores, and two low-power efficient cores.

The CPU is paired with the discrete NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 graphics card, which offers great graphics performance. It’s no surprise that with such graphics speed, the HONOR MagicBook Pro 16 has been designated as the officially recommended laptop by Black Myth: Wukong, a very graphics intensive.

Further enhancing robustness, the HONOR MagicBook Pro 16 features the AI-based OS Turbo X, enabling users to activate the 140W High-Performance Mode effortlessly. This unleashes the full power of its processor while minimizing latency and providing superior graphics quality. This principle isn’t completely new, and each OEM has its own flavor, so we’ll see how HONOR fares.

The laptop also incorporates smart scheduling and tuning capabilities, recognizing different usage scenarios and dynamically adapting to optimize performance, ensuring a seamless and tailored computing experience.

Users can easily connect devices across platforms, transferring windows with a single drag, and thanks to MagicRing, they can synchronize tasks and notifications between devices.

The MagicBook Pro 16 enhances productivity with AI-powered features like Smart Picture Search and Smart Document Summary, setting new standards for intelligent computing.

Thanks to the 16-inch HONOR FullView Display, the MagicBook Pro 16 offers users an ultra-clear visual experience with high resolution and wide color gamut support. With a refresh rate of up to 165Hz, it provides an ultra-responsive and fluid gaming experience.

The HONOR MagicBook Pro 16 has received both TÜV Rheinland Low Blue Light and Flicker Free certifications, prioritizing users’ well-being during long periods of laptop usage. With six speakers and cutting-edge audio technology, it enhances the audio-visual experience, providing a more immersive experience in gaming and video watching.

With its full-metal 3D Coloring Spray Technology Metallic design, the HONOR MagicBook Pro 16 delivers and elegant and sophisticated design. Measuring just 17.9mm in thickness and weighing 1.79 kg (3.94 Lbs), it seamlessly blends cutting-edge design with outstanding performance, setting a high standard in high-performance laptops. We’re curious to see what its weight/performance ratio is.

Available in White and Purple, based on Windows 11, the HONOR MagicBook Pro 16 will initially be launched in China, with a global release anticipated in Q2.


Approx. 1.86kg


16-inch HONOR FullView Display

Side Bezel Width
3mm (left/right)

Screen-to-body Ratio

Color Gamut
100% DCI-P3 and 100% sRGB (Typical)

500 nits (Typical)

Aspect Ratio

3072*1920 pixels

TÜV Rheinland Low Blue Light, Flicker Free

Dynamic Dimming, E-book Mode

Intel® Core™ Ultra 7 Processor 155H

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060

32GB + 1TB

IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax, 2.4GHz, 5GHz


2×2 MIMO

Encryption mode

Full-size Numeric Keyboard

HONOR Spatial Audio, 6x Speakers, 2x Microphones

75Wh (Rated capacity)

up to 10 hours of PCMark 10

1x USB-C (Thunderbolt 4), 1x USB-C 3.2 Gen 2, 1x HDMI, 1x 3.5mm Headphone Interface

HONOR MagicBook Pro 16 An Elegant Laptop With Impressive Performance

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