Honor resumes ties with Google, Honor 50 series to carry GMS
Honor has resumed cooperation with Google, and its new models in overseas markets will carry Google Mobile Services (GMS), promising to get its overseas business back on track.
Honor opens global headquarters in Shenzhen
Honor, which was spun off from Huawei late last year, said on Monday it opened its global headquarters in Shenzhen.
Honor launches Magic 3 series smartphones with prices starting at $710
Honor announced the Magic 3 series of smartphones on Thursday, offering three models with prices starting at RMB 4,599 ($710).
Honor's market share in China rebounded to 8.4% in June, Counterpoint says
Honor's market share in China has rebounded from 5.1 percent in January to 8.4 percent in June, according to a report released Friday by market research firm Counterpoint Research.
Honor says it has become third largest smartphone brand in China
Honor's weekly market share has reached 14.6 percent, making it one of the top three brands in China's mobile market, the company told employees Monday, citing data from an unnamed third party.
Honor to hold global launch event for Magic 3 series on August 12
It didn't provide any more information, but according to a digital blogger, the phone, codenamed Elizabeth, features an engineering unit with a 6.76-inch OLED display and a resolution of 2,772*1,344.
Honor aims to return to 16% market share in China by year-end
Honor is now recovering its domestic market share i at a rapid pace, from about 3 percent in its "darkest hour" to about 8.5 percent.
Honor 50 series to be released on June 16
Honor 50 series will be launched in Shanghai on June 16, the Chinese mobile phone maker announced on June 1.
Honor 50 overseas version to come with Google services pre-installed
Honor's official German Twitter account said on May 21 that the Honor 50 overseas version will come with Google services, which means the biggest factor holding up its sales will be removed.
Honor's market share has recovered to 8%, chip supply to be fully restored from June, CEO says
Honor's market share in China dropped to a low of 3 percent and has now recovered to 8 percent, its CEO George Zhao said.