Just last month, Huawei announced that it had sold its Honor smartphone business to a consortium based in Shenzhen, China. It wasn’t long before rumors swirled that the smartphone brand would launch a flagship phone with the recently announced Qualcomm Snapdragon 888. The latest report has been added to the same front, reporting that Qualcomm and Honor are already discussing the supply of Qualcomm chips. Respect the device.
In the report, sources close to Qualcomm pointed out that Honor and chipmakers are already in talks to supply chipsets to future Honor phones. Honor is very optimistic about the negotiations and the parties are approaching an agreement. In that regard, Honor plans to advance the V40 series of smartphones using the MediaTek chipset.
Honor 30 Pro +
Honor CEO Zhao Ming has also made it clear that Honor aims to become the top smartphone brand in the Chinese smartphone market. This was reportedly stated at an employee communication meeting. A week after the sale was announced, Zhao said Honor would begin releasing other products besides smartphones.
please remember. The ban on the United States and Huawei severely restricted both Huawei and Honor from doing business with US companies (prior to sale). This prevented brands from obtaining a Google Mobile Services license and Qualcomm could no longer sell chipsets to either brand.