Huawei is selling its Honor phone company
Huawei has revealed plans to offer off Honor, its smart device company focused on mid-range items for more youthful customers. Huawei states the choice “has been made by Honor’s industry chain to guarantee its own survival,” following “remarkable pressure” and “a relentless unavailability of technical components required for our cellphone company.”
Honor products often rely heavily on Huawei’s own technology, so the business has actually been equally hit by United States sanctions avoiding Huawei from doing business with American business. The V30 line of phones, for example, utilizes the very same Kirin 990 processor that powers Huawei’s P40 flagship devices Under new ownership, Honor must have more versatility to develop its items, potentially being able to handle the likes of Qualcomm and Google.
Huawei states it “will not hold any shares or be involved in any company management or decision-making activities in the new Honor company.” That company will be owned by the newly-formed Shenzhen Zhixin New Details Technology Co., a consortium of partners and government-backed services.
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