Welcome to the 21st century
The Honor Play 4 Pro smartphone is set to ship with an infrared temperature sensor.
Smart life as opposed to the one you see on Facebook
Huawei sub-brand Honor is holding an event next week, on 18 May to announce new smart life products. The new products are part of the company's vision to offer a full ecosystem of products around its smartphones, such as the recently-announced Honor 30 family.
Periscope 50MP camera not enough for DXOMARK throne
Honor has officially unveiled its new 30 series smartphones, the Honor 30, Honor 30 Pro, and the Honor 30 Pro+, and the flagship comes with 6.57-inch 90Hz OLED panel and Sony's IMX700 50-megapixel main sensor on the rear, but it was not enough to dethrone the Huawei P40 Pro on DXOMARK.
Has quad- main rear camera, lacks Google Mobile Services
Just a week after Huawei unveiled its full P40 series, Honor has decided to announce another smartphone in the Honor 30 series, the Honor 30S, featuring a 6.5-inch FHD+ display, premium design, and Huawei's own Kirin 820 5G SoC.
Date set for February 24th
As MWC 2020 has been officially canceled, Huawei and Honor have now set the date for an online event, which will include a live stream with CEO, Richard Yu, as the host.
Same Kirin A1 chipset and a 14-day battery life
Honor has unveiled the new MagicWatch 2, a Kirin A1-based smartwatch that will be available in two sizes, 46mm and 42mm, and focus on fitness.
With support for 5G as well
It appears that Honor 30 will also come with Huawei's new Kirin 990 SoC, at least according to the latest leak.
Review: Cute little phone that won't break the bank
A month or two back I attended the launch of the Honor 20 series in Battersea where the company showed off a number of phones including the Honor 20 Lite, the baby of the family.
It's football crazy
An uncharacteristically understated presentation at the hard to find Battersea Evolution conference centre marked Honor's presentation of a range of phones.
Battle of the notch continues
At a glitzy presentation at the Salle Pleyel, a concert hall within spitting distance of the Arc de Triomphe, the CEO of Honor, George Zhao, unveiled the company's latest smartphone.