Honor, which was spun off from Huawei late last year, said on Monday it opened its global headquarters in Shenzhen.
Honor said its R&D centers around the world, including Beijing, Xi'an and Nanjing, have been relocated there.
The company said quality hardware facilities, sophisticated lab instruments and a diverse office atmosphere have built a better office environment for the growing team.
Honor told employees in late July that it had reached a weekly market share of 14.6 percent, making it a top-three brand in China's cell phone market.
Honor had a 16.7 percent market share in China at its peak, a figure that fell to 3 percent in the first quarter of 2021, after independence from Huawei.
On June 16, Honor unveiled the Honor50 series, its first phone since independence from Huawei, and announced a major shake-up of Honor's phone lineup.
In early July, Honor's official flagship store said the Honor 50 was the No. 1 seller in the 2,500 yuan ($385) - 4,000 yuan price segment for 17 consecutive days on China's e-commerce giant JD.com as well as Tmall.
At the end of last year, Huawei sold Honor, saying that Huawei does not hold any shares and does not participate in management and decision-making after the deal.
(Photo source: Honor)