Huawei sold its sub-brand Honor in late 2020 to protect it from extinction as a result of US sanctions.
Now the benefits of the move have come to the fore as Honor has received support from US companies, including Google and Qualcomm.
Apparently, Huawei’s plan seems to be succeeding and it has been able to compete with competitors in the honor market.
It was already known that Qualcomm’s chips would be available to Honor, but it was not clear whether Google services would also be part of the company’s phones.
Honor smartphones will now be available in the global market with Google services and this is not a leak or a rumor but the company has announced it.
Honor’s branch in Germany says that Honor’s new phone will be powered by a Snapdragon 778G processor.
When a user asked if Google services would be part of the company’s phones, the company confirmed that Google services would be part of the phones.
This means that the Honor 50 series phones, which will be launched in June, will be equipped with Google services.
Honor CEO Oo Ming told a Qualcomm Technologies conference in Beijing a few days ago that Honor 50 series phones will be introduced in June.
According to various reports, the Honor 50 series will feature 3 phones, including the Honor 50, Honor 50 Pro and Honor 50 Pro Plus.
He said that Honor 50 will be among the first commercial smartphones to feature the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 5G processor.
In addition, the Honor 50 Pro and 50 Pro Plus will have the flagship Snapdragon 888 processor.
These smartphones have a 50-megapixel main camera, a 6.79-inch AMOLED display with a 120 Hz refresh rate, and a dual front camera setup.
Honor’s CEO also said that the company will introduce a number of flagship devices over the next two months, including the Magic Family series phones.