Following the official announcement of HarmonyOS — otherwise known as Hongmeng in China — at the Huawei Developer Conference or HDC 2019, the technology giant launched its first HarmonyOS-running smart televisions under the Honor brand.
The Honor 9X and Honor 9X Pro were launched barely a week ago in China. And while we’re interested in seeing the company’s flagship smartphones in local store shelves, we didn’t think of the two that much. After all, many of them were not released in the Philippines.
Honor has finally joined the pop-up camera, bezel-less display trend, launching the Honor 9X and Honor 9X Pro in China.
So it’s true that Huawei sub-brand Honor will enter the television market soon. In fact, it has already partnered with ecommerce giant Jingdong, also known as JD.
A new Honor smartphone is coming to town, but it’s not the Honor 20 flagship series we’ve been hoping for.
In the Philippines, 19 smartphones from its mother brand, Huawei, either already received or are about to receive EMUI 9.1. But how about those from its own stable of handsets?
The future of Honor could be hanging in the balance because of the trade war between the United States and China, but that did not stop the Huawei sub-brand from announcing two Kirin 980 smartphones recently.
The first stable public release of Android Q isn’t expected to roll out to Android devices until August later this year.
While we’re waiting for the latest global list of highest-scorers on Antutu, let’s shift our focus to the Android smartphones that did well in the benchmarks in China. After all, it’s the only information for April that Antutu released today.
The Honor 8C, which launched in other markets last year, has finally arrived in the Philippines, and it brings a bunch of decent specs — including dual rear cameras — to go along with its reasonable price tag.