Honor, the former Huawei sub-brand that recently announced that it is parting ways with the Chinese telecom company, is reportedly gearing up to launch a flagship smartphone soon.
According to a report that emerged from China, Honor will release a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC-powered phone in July.
It appears this upcoming smartphone will be part of Magic smartphone series, which will offer other high-end specs as well.
The report also highlights that back in December 2020, Honor’s CEO Zhao Ming had promised that the Honor will also revive the once popular Huawei “Mate and P” series.
It remains to be seen whether or not these Honor smartphones become available in the global smartphone market.
Honor’s recently launched smartphone — V40 5G — is reportedly set to be launched in Europe; that too with Google services and apps. To recall, this handset was launched in the company’s home country China in January and was the first smartphone of the company to be launched after Huawei sold it.
The Honor V40 has apparently been certified for launch in the European region, but so far there hasn’t been any formal announcement from the brand.