After the sale, Honor breathed a sigh of relief and moved into the post-sanctioned world. The company also remembered the experience of creating phablets, it is preparing for the announcement of the Honor X30 Max. Today the manufacturer has decided to inform a wide audience when it intends to present the new product.
The announcement of the Honor X30 Max is set for October 28th. On the same day, the premiere of the Redmi Note 11 will take place. Together with the Honor X30 Max, the affordable Honor X30i will be shown, which will receive a case with flat edges in the manner of the latest iPhones.
According to reports, the Honor X30 Max will be based on the Dimensity 900 chip, the smartphone will offer a 7.09-inch IPS display with FullHD + resolution (2280×1080 pixels), an 8-megapixel front camera and a 5000 mAh battery with a fast 22.5-watt charging.
The fingerprint scanner was sent to the side of the Honor X30 Max, they will offer a couple of stereo speakers, NFC and a triple rear camera with 64MP + 2MP sensors was installed on the back. 8GB of RAM will be offered and 128/256 GB of storage memory. The dimensions of the case will be 174.37×84.91×8.3 mm.
As for the Honor 30i, it should offer a 6.7-inch LCD screen with a refresh rate of 90 Hz and a resolution of 2388×1080 pixels, a Dimensity 810 processor, a main camera with a 48MP main sensor and a couple of 2MP sensors.
Honor successfully regains its position in the Chinese smartphone market
Research by Counterpoint Technology Market Research suggests that the Honor brand is strengthening its position in the world’s largest smartphone market, China.
The Honor brand, we recall, was forced to secede from the telecommunications giant Huawei; due to tough sanctions from the United States. Since then, the Honor brand has stepped up its research and development activities; and announced a number of products that have gained popularity among consumers.
As a result, Honor’s August sales in the PRC jumped 18% over the previous month. This, as noted, has made the company one of the fastest-growing brands in the smartphone segment.
Moreover, the Honor brand was able to bypass Xiaomi in terms of sales of devices in the Chinese market at the end of the last month. In the list of leading suppliers, the Honor brand came in third place with a share of approximately 15%.
Vivo smartphones are the most popular in China: in August, the share of this company was approximately 23%. In second place is another local developer – Oppo with a score of about 21%.
Thus, the three named companies control almost 60% of the world’s largest smartphone market.