Honor Is Back on the Market!
After a two-year ban, Google services are finally back on Honor phones, here’s what to expect!
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Just before the end of 2020, Huawei decided to sell its brand to the Chinese company Shenzhen Zhixin New Information Technology due to pressure from the US government.
Only two months ago, information appeared from Russia that Google's application ecosystem will return to future HONOR phones. Now, a new confirmation has arrived, this time from Germany, and it has been revealed which phones of that company will be among the first to receive Google services, after a two-year "break".
Namely, the correspondence on the social network Twitter from the official account of the company HONOR for the German area confirmed that the Google service will really return to their phones, starting with the Honor 50 series. They pointed out that users could expect another surprise, but they did not want to reveal the same.
As a new independent brand, HONOR has been focused on renewing cooperation with American technology companies such as Qualcomm, Intel, AMD, and many others, as they need good partners to fulfill their goal, which is to become a “number one” noting that they will not stop until that happens.
The HONOR 50 series will appear as early as June, and the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 5G chipset will make its debut on these devices. The alleged specifications of this device, which will have a 6.79-inch AMOLED display with a screen refresh rate of 120 Hz, have also appeared. The resolution of the main camera is 50 MP and is surrounded by a double ring on the back. There are also 13 MP ultra-wide cameras, 8MP telephoto cameras, and dual selfie cameras of 32 MP and 8 MP.
With devices such as the HONOR 50 and the recently announced premium phone that will feature the Snapdragon 888 chipset, HONOR plans to return with a bang when it comes to the European and Asian markets.
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By: Nitza - Zexron