Additionally, rumours from China claim that a larger phone with the name Honor X40 Max will be released. Although we don’t have a lot of information about these gadgets, we must point out that the scary circle rising above the lake at sunrise on the poster resembles the ring seen rising above a mountain in the Huawei Mate 50 teaser.
The Honor X40i debuted in the middle of July, and the rest of the lineup will be available starting next week. An official announcement was planned for September 15 by the company. The Honor X40 will make its formal debut at the event, which will also commemorate nine years of Honor X smartphones.
Although the design may be comparable with a circular camera island and four shooters arranged in a square pattern, we do not anticipate seeing the same phones. There are nine days until the event, and there’s a good chance that official teasers on the corporate website on Weibo will reveal further information. A well-known Hamburg landmark is transformed by Honor’s new AR/VR campaign. A well-known Hamburg landmark is transformed by Honor’s latest AR/VR campaign. Interview: Honor leaders discuss the path ahead, innovation and important collaborations, and plans for foldable phones. Interview: Honor leaders discuss the path following independence, innovation and significant collaborations, and foldable phone aspirations.
Honor announces Dual Flagship strategy at IFA, Honor 70, Pad 8 and MagicBook 14 make EU debut Honor announces Dual Flagship strategy at IFA, Honor 70, Pad 8 and MagicBook This’ll take more than a year or perhaps even 18 month at best. But I don’t think they will perfom well in all market, specially not anymore in Europe if the price stay that high . Technically they are and under the rug they could still be owned by Huawei. What do we know. Why would Huawei allow them to continue using emui software and Huawei’s designs.