Chinese budget smartphone brand Honor officially launched its V40 series on Friday, the company’s debut smartphone model following its separation from Huawei in November last year.
While players come and go in the fast-paced and ever-changing smartphone industry, these 10 Chinese smartphone companies, young and evergreen, stood out with great results amid crisis and uncertainties.
Honor, the budget smartphone brand sold by Huawei Technologies in November, has reportedly resumed cooperation with US chipmaker Qualcomm and the companies are working to deliver a new 5G handset in the coming months.
Amid Honor’s short silence after its separation from Huawei, more information is surfacing about a new smartphone line rumored to be called V40, which is rumored to debut next month.
Recently a market research company Counterpoint released a report about the global top 10 best-selling 5G smartphones by sales market share for September 2020.
Huawei CEO’s speech at Honor’s farewell party was made public on Thursday.
Huawei announced Tuesday it is selling its budget brand Honor to ensure its survival. Huawei will no longer have ownership of the brand or be involved in any decision-making after the sale is completed.
Huawei is selling its low-budget smartphone line Honor brand to a consortium including Chinese IT provider Digital China, three state-owned companies and electronics company TCL in a 100 billion yuan ($15.2 billion) deal
Huawei is talking about selling parts of its Honor smartphone line to Chinese IT provider Digital China Group and other potential buyers, according to confidential sources, Reuters reports.
China held a ceremony on Sept. 7 to honor role models in the country's fight against the COVID-19 pandemic at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing.
Honor's new 9X Pro and V30 Pro will be preloaded with Huawei Mobile Services, with hardware being identical to their Chinese versions.
Honor released their newest addition to the V-series on November 26 in Beijing. Honor V30 and Honor V30 Pro, are the Huawei-owned brand’s first 5G phones.
“On the way to the airport, I took two photos of the Red Square to congratulate Honor's No. 1 sales in Russia. Honor is now the most welcomed brand among young Russians.
At the launch event on September 4, Honor officially launched the Honor 20S smartphone in Wuhan, a city in central China. Mind here, the S stands for stylish, shining, smart and super.
Honor launched its new smart TV—Honor Vision—in Dongguan, China on Aug. 10. The screen is the first device to be powered by Huawei's new Harmony OS.