Honor prepares to launch its own flagship P and Mate series


Huawei sells Honor

The fate of Honor after gaining independence from Huawei is now unknown. The company itself sees its future so bright and for 2021 has set a plan to ship 100 million smartphones. Earlier, the head of Honor gave an interview to the media, in which he shared his plans for the future.

In particular, he said that the company is preparing a super flagship device for the announcement. What kind of model it will be and what superpowers it will have is unknown. But at the same time, he said that the Honor family will have its own flagship P and Mate lineup.

Talking about competing with Huawei, the head of Honor said there has always been a healthy rivalry between the two companies. For the former subsidiary, competition means producing quality products in the future that will meet the needs of consumers as much as possible. At the same time, they have something to offer users, they have their own developments and technologies.

Recall that the company plans to release the Honor V40 family, within which four models will be released, differing primarily in the SoC used. It is already known that Honor will purchase MediaTek chips for its smartphones and is already close to entering into an agreement with Qualcomm for the supply of processors.

Huawei sells Honor

Honor V40 flagships spotted in the largest Chinese online store

Honor V40 smartphones will be the first models of the company after independence. With this in mind, Huawei’s general poor state of affairs and the traditionally tempting combination of features and prices of the Honor V models, the Honor V40 has received a lot of attention. Much is expected from these models. The imminent announcement is indicated by the inclusion of the entire line in the catalog of the largest Chinese online store JD.com.

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Now we know for sure that there will be three models in the series. V40, V40 Pro and V40 Pro+. Alas, the specifications are not disclosed. Nevertheless, something is already known about them. So, the devices will support fast charging with a power of 66 W; and will also receive displays curved on the sides. There is still no exact data regarding the SoCs used. Some sources talk about the use of Kirin SoC, others about MediaTek SoC. It is possible that both are right. Different models will have platforms from different manufacturers.

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