Last year Honor announced split up with their parent Huawei, since then they are hoping to get back into the smartphone game. As a first step, the company has officially unveiled Honor V40 and during the event CEO George Zhao confirms partnership with Major chip vendors such as MediaTek and Qualcomm.
In addition, the source confirms that the company also struck a deal with giants like AMD, Intel, Micron, Microsoft, Samsung, SK Hynix, and Sony. Honor CEO says that the last few months have been “an extremely difficult but meaningful time for Honor”. And quite fittingly it is looking to stand on its feet as quickly as it can. As a strategic move, Honor will venture into the midrange and high-end markets internationally.
Alongside, the company will also try their hands on IoT and smart home solutions trying and testing what it learned under Huawei’s wings. According to Analysts, the firm will provide quality products matching the standards of their previous parent company. The company has currently moved to a new building in Shenzhen with its 8,000 employees.
Speaking of progress in India, the company has launched Honor MagicBook under 45K INR which took reviewers and customers by surprise and has been selling like hotcakes. In the coming months, we can expect more products from them as part of an attempt to grab back the lost market share in the world of gadgets.
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