Huawei’s sub-brand Honor is currently searching for a prototype device they intend to launch in the market soon.
Earlier today, the company reported in local media that one of their prototypes went missing in Germany over the Easter Holidays. According to the report, one of their marketing employees, Moritz Scheidl, paid a visit to his family in Dusseldorf and carried the prototype device with him. Scheidl believed the prototype device was safely inside his backpack as he rode the ICE 1125 train on the way back to Munich. When he arrived home, he realized that the device was missing.
Right now, it’s still unsure whether the device was stolen or fell out of his backpack. But considering Honor has plans to unveil this device in London on May 21st, it’s imperative that they are able to get the phone back. This is why they have revealed that they will be giving a €5000 ($5,611) reward to whoever brings back the phone. As for clues on what the phone looks like, Honor says the device wore a gray protective case that hides away the rear and cameras of the device.
If this is the phone Honor intends to present next month, it’s likely a device that will fall under its Honor 20 series. Unfortunately, there are fans who believe this is nothing more than a “cheap” marketing stunt as the date of the release draws nearer. Honor, however, insists that it isn’t one.
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