Honor has already agreed to cooperate with Intel, AMD, MediaTek, Microsoft, Samsung and Sony

During yesterday’s presentation of the flagship Honor V40 5G, company representatives spoke about working as an independent brand and plans for the future.

Recall that in November, Huawei sold its sub-brand Honor, which freed it from the US sanctions. And it did him good.

According to CEO George Zhao, Honor has already entered into cooperation agreements with a number of technology firms – with key chip suppliers, including Intel, AMD, MediaTek, Micron Technology, Microsoft, Samsung, SK Hynix and Sony.

In addition, if earlier the manufacturer was focused on the production of budget devices, now the course is set for the middle and higher price segment.

“We are very grateful to all our clients and partners who have supported us for seven years now,” said George Zhao. “Users of our products have always been and remain the top priority of Honor’s strategy. As we open a new page in the brand’s history, we remain committed to creating a new world based on intelligent technologies available to people in all corners of the globe. “

Author: John Kessler
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