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HONOR partners with Qualcomm,Intel,etc., after separation from HUAWEI!

Honor signed agreements with major chip suppliers including Intel and Qualcomm after having spun off from Huawei. 
In November, Huawei sold Honor to a group of 30 agents and distributors of the brand to help it reactivate U.S. sanctions-restricted supply elements.
With the introduction of the V40, the first phone model of Honor since the breakup, Chief Executive George Zhao said in a declaration that Honor now has its relations with a few technology companies which includes  AMD, MediaTek, Micron Technology, Samsung, SK Hynix, and Sony are among the most common.

Zhao’s (CEO)  speech on New HONOR Brand:

☑️ “The last five months have been an extremely difficult but meaningful time for Honor,” Zhao said. “We feel the weight of expectation from industry partners and consumers.”

☑️ Roughly 8,000 Honor workers have relocated from Huawei’s offices, including in the South city of Shenzhen, to a new headquarters. Zhao said that approximately 50% was involved in R&D.

☑️Under Huawei, Honor was concentrating on the budget end of the smartphone range, but would target at moving into the mid- and higher-level market and expanding abroad, said Zhao.

The company will also use the Huawei’s terminology for smart devices to market the ‘internet of things.’
images credit: Honor and Qualcomm

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