Honor’s VP: Competition between Huawei & Xiaomi is over


On January 3, Xiaomi announced the independence of its Redmi sub-brand just as the Honor sub-brand of Huawei is independent. Redmi will hold a conference on January 10 for the official announcement. This move by Xiaomi raised speculations that the Redmi brand will take on Honor. Xiong Junmin, vice president (product) of Honor’s business department, subsequently said that the competition between Honor and Xiaomi has already ended.  His words

The competition between Honor and Xiaomi has long ended. Whether it is the overall sales volume or the market performance of the mid-to-high-end product line, Honor has already been far ahead.” 

He also claimed that from the overall flagship series sales of three consecutive generations (Honor 8, Honor 9, and Honor 10), the company has been ahead of Xiaomi who also released  Xiaomi Mi 5, Xiaomi Mi 6 and Xiaomi Mi 8. 

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Last week, Honor officially launched a brand new upgrade. Honor has benefitted from the technological advancement of Huawei. In all honest, Honor shouldn’t go to sleep over the threat that the new Redmi sub-brand poses. The decision of Xiaomi to make Redmi independent means that the Redmi series can now release smartphones in all cadres including flagship smartphones. Until now, the Redmi series have been used for entry-level and mid-range devices. Do you think that the independent Redmi series will soar like Honor? Let us know your thoughts in the comment below. 

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4 Comments

  1. Freeje238
    January 4, 2019

    Definitely mi 8’s camera is better than the h10.

    • Gbadamosi Lukmon
      January 8, 2019

      Honor 10 cam is fantastic…..honor V10 has a great ranking on Dxomark meanwhile H10camera better than V10 …..I give it to H10 over mi8

    • Freeje238
      January 8, 2019

      My wife’s got the V10. Bought the V10 instead of the H10 as it’s got almost the same camera, got expandable storage and cheaper. Comparing pictures, mi8 is better. Definitely so in low light. If I’m not mistaken mi 8 has a higher DxO mark.

  2. Cyril Dieudonne
    January 7, 2019

    bad news for people like me, who were going to hongmi because cheaper than xiaomi. Doesn’t make any sense to deliver high end hongmi phones against xiaomi high end phones…