Earlier this year, Huawei announced the sale of its subsidiary Honor to lift US sanctions. Since splitting from Huawei, Honor has maintained a team of over 8,000 people for various divisions, including research and development, sales, marketing, procurement and manufacturing.
Immediately after the change of administration. Later, rumors about the company did not get the permission of Android, so its grip on the internet began. These rumors have made it difficult for smartphone makers to enter the overseas market. As a result, it had to lower its sales forecast.
Over the past few months, however, Honor has been working to strengthen its supply chain and establish partnerships with retailers around the world. Recently, it has also established relationships with brands such as Qualcomm, Intel, and more.
As more and more brands began backing Honor, it denied rumors of Android permission and said the company had received approval to start using Android on its smartphones. Honor has formally responded, claiming that the rumors about not seeking permission from Google are false. This means that the company is really allowed to start using Android on its smartphones.
Now, the company is working on launching new smartphones in the Honor Magic lineup and the Honor 50 series, using the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 5G chipset. They will mostly come with GMS.