At its new product launch conference held on the evening of September 15, Honor, a Chinese consumer electronics brand, unveiled the X40 series mobile phones.
On September 6, Honor officially unveiled the release time of its new Honor X40 smartphone. The device, which is dubbed a brand-new nine-year milestone by the firm, will be released on September 15.
Harrison Jiang, Chief Marketing Officer of Honor's consumer business in China, announced on September 5 that the global users of the Honor X series smartphone had exceeded 100 million, and revealed the upcoming release of new products.
George Zhao, the CEO of Chinese consumer electronics brand Honor, revealed on August 31 that the new Honor MagicBook V 14 will be released in September, and that it will include more intelligent functions.
Honor CEO George Zhao said on August 31 that the Chinese smartphone brand set up an independent team to develop MagicOS at the end of last year, and that this team has now emerged with MagicOS 7.0.
Honor's Magic V2 foldable smartphone and the Magic 5 Pro are expected to adopt Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chips.
On May 30, Honor officially released its Honor 70 Series. The Honor 80 Series will be released in November.
Tech market research firm IDC released a quarterly cell phone tracking report on July 29. Honor ranked first in terms of shipments during Q2 in the Chinese market.
Honor, a Chinese smartphone brand, announced via Twitter on July 28 that it will launch a series of products at IFA 2022, a major consumer electronics trade show in Germany to be held on September 2.
George Zhao, CEO of Honor, said in an interview on July 22 that the company had put a team in India for a period of time before withdrawing it from the country. The company is looking to adopt a steady methodology to conduct business in the Indian market.
Chinese tech firm Honor launched a variety of new devices on July 21, such as the MagicBook 14 AMD Ryzen Edition, Pad 8, X40i, Smart Screen X3, and Earbuds X3.
George Zhao, the CEO of Chinese tech firm Honor, mentioned in an interview that this year, the firm's overseas market operations will be fully launched along with its high-speed development in the domestic market.
Shenzhen-based smartphone brand Honor released a video on July 14 that revealed the appearance of the new Honor Pad 8.
On July 14, George Zhao, CEO of Honor, a smartphone brand, spoke at a recent meeting that the co-branding of imaging between cell phone manufacturers and camera makers is "simply a gimmick".
Chinese consumer electronics firm Honor officially announced on July 14 that a new product launch event will be held on July 21.