While it is true that the P20 and P20 Pro flagships that Huawei had officially introduced more than three weeks ago are impressive devices, they are not exactly what you can call budget friendly handsets. Thankfully, the third biggest phone maker in the world still has its Honor lineup of midrange smartphones, and just this week, the Chinese tech giant has decided to add a new member to the family -- the Honor 10.
Despite its recent setbacks, Huawei should still deserve a lot of credit for the way it has continued to build its impressive Honor lineup of smartphones. One of the newest additions to this range of handsets is the Honor View 10, which the world’s third biggest seller of mobile devices is eagerly positioning as an affordable choice for those looking to purchase a device with decent specs but do not have the money to buy a flagship offering.
At this year’s annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) being held in the city of Las Vegas in Nevada, Huawei took the opportunity to announce US pricing and release details for the Honor 7X, its newest midrange phablet offering, as well as confirm that the Honor View 10 (also known as the Honor V10) will also be launching in America within this year.
More than a couple of weeks ago, Huawei had confirmed the existence of its latest midrange phablet offering -- the Honor 7X. Despite publishing the specifications and features of the newest addition to the Chinese phone maker’s Honor lineup of budget friendly devices, no details were mentioned with regards to pricing and availability.
A little more than a month since launching a couple of new phablet offerings, the Mate 10 and the Mate 10 Pro, Huawei is debuting yet another smartphone, this time around, a new addition to its Honor lineup of midrange of devices. Introducing the Honor 7X, which is sort of the successor to last year’s Honor 6X. Whereas the Honor 6X delivered a twin camera set up at a midrange price, the Honor 7X aims to attract buyers with its generous 5.93 inch Full View display screen.
Huawei recently announced the newest addition to its Honor lineup of budget friendly smartphone devices. Make way for the Honor 9, which is basically the successor to the Honor 8, the handset the Chinese phone maker had introduced back in August of last year, supposedly for the millennial generation. Wait -- didn’t the company just unveil the Honor 8 Pro last April?
It is generally known that Huawei’s Honor lineup of smartphones takes some of the best features of the Chinese phone maker’s handsets and packs them in devices that are a bit more budget friendly. But as Honor handsets continue to improve every year, the distinction between the two is beginning to get less and less clear. This is evident in the newest addition to the Honor range -- the Honor 8 Pro phablet, which costs about $590.
Huawei recently took the opportunity to debut the newest addition to its Honor lineup of midrange smartphone devices -- the Honor 6X. With a rather friendly price of $199.99 upfront, the Honor 6X certainly counts as one of the more affordable smartphone releases in the last few months. For those who found the previous model, the Honor 5X, a decent find, it is a sure bet that they will also appreciate the Honor 6X, which comes with enhancements but without too much added cost.
It has only been half a year since Huawei first introduced an Honor smartphone to the United States mobile market, but the Chinese phone maker is already offering a new one. Introducing the Honor 8, which Huawei is positioning as a smartphone for millennials, and it is set to be made available for preordering beginning on August 17th of this year by way of the Honor official website, Best Buy, Amazon, and other ecommerce entities for a price of $400.
Huawei has officially unveiled its newest phablet offering, and it is really big. The Honor Note 8 is the latest addition to the Chinese phone maker’s Honor line of smartphones, and it comes with a whopping 6.6 inch display screen, with a resolution of 2,560 by 1,440 pixels. This means that it is bigger and even sharper than Mi Max, the other behemoth phablet announced by another Chinese mobile giant, Xiaomi, in May earlier this year.
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