Chinese manufacturer, Honor, has since announced that the Honor 50 series will arrive in Shanghai on June 16th. The company has also confirmed that the Honor 50 series will come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G chip. In addition, there are speculations that the Pro+ model will come with the Snapdragon 888 flagship chip. However, there is no confirmation to this report.
The latest report from @DCS claims that the Honor 50 series will have a “SE” model. According to reports, the Honor 50 SE, Honor 50, and Honor 50 Pro are all thin and light devices. Also, these devices will support a 66W fast charge for the low models. However, the Pro+ model should use 100W fast charging.
From what we already know, the Honor 50 series will have at least three colour options. It will come in green, orange gradient, and blue-violet gradient colour options. This device uses AG matte technology and a 1+2 dual-ring three-camera design on the back. It appears that this series will come with a periscope, outsole main camera, and an ultra-wide angle camera combination.
Honor claims to have Android’s authorization
According to recent reports, Honor does not have Android’s authorization. The report claims that this is the reason why Honor smartphones still do not support GMS. However, Honor has since debunked the rumors. The company said that it has Android authorization and there is nothing holding the company back. Nevertheless, there is still no clear report regarding Google Mobile Services for Honor. Whether or not its upcoming devices like the Honor 50 series will have GMS remains to be seen. However, we know that Honor can do business with American companies. The company already has the likes of Qualcomm and AMD in its supply chain. These are companies that are not available for Huawei.
Honor smartphones will get HarmonyOS 2.0
Today, Huawei released the HarmonyOS 2.o officially. This means that smartphones with Huawei’s operating system are coming soon. According to the Chinese manufacturer, old Honor smartphones will not be left behind. The company will not abandon the Honor devices that were released while both companies were still together. Recall that Huawei had to sell off Honor after the ban by the U.S.
If Huawei did not sell Honor, it will be bound to the ban and this will crumble its business. In other to protect Honor’s smartphone business, Huawei had to sell Honor. Now, Honor has released a couple of smartphones as an independent brand. However, in all its devices so far, we still see a touch of Huawei.