Huawei spinoff Honor has launched its first smartphone overseas. It is the first time for Honor has launched its smartphone overseas after it separated from Huawei last year. Here, we will dig into what it has to offer from its specification to price.
What does Huawei spinoff Honor have to offer?
The Honor 50, priced at 529 euros ($614), will be available in 40 markets around the world. However, Honor is not currently subject to US sanctions, but it marks a step forward, as it appears to be clawing back market dominance around the world. In addition, it has the latest handset powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 778G CPU and runs Android with Google apps. The Honor 50 also has a 6.57-inch display and a 4-camera system on the back
Honor’s market share in China reached 15% in August. According to Counterpoint Research making, it is the country’s third-largest smartphone manufacturer for the first time in a year. Due to improvements in China, its global market share grew to 3.7 percent in August, up from 1.5 percent in February.
Huawei spinoff Specification:
|Display||6.57-inch display at the back|
|Chipset||Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 778G chip|
|Rear Camera||Triple (108MP primary, 8MP ultra-wide, 2MP macro)|
|Front camera||16MP, f/2.2|
|Battery||4000mAh, 66W charging|
|Huawei Spinoff||Price in Euro|
|Huawei spinoff||529 euros($614),|
In 2019 and 2020, the United States imposed restrictions on Huawei, denying it access to essential technologies that include Google’s Android operating system and related apps, as well as critical processors. As a result, to rescue the loss it sold its honor brand. So, Honor is now exempt from US restrictions, and its most recent device runs Android and has a Google app. So, we hope that this time Huawei can reclaim its market value and compete with other brands.