Huawei's Honor brand is quickly establishing itself as a solid option for buyers on the lookout for smartphones with a good range of specs at affordable prices. A few weeks ago, Honor unveiled its latest handset, the metal-bodied 5C, offering an octa-core processor, 5.2-inch Full HD display, 13MP camera and fingerprint sensor, priced as low as $140.
Today, Honor got in touch with Neowin to let us know that it has another product launch on the horizon.
On June 20, the company will host a "virtual launch event" where it says it will unveil an "exciting new product". The tagline on the invite - "be who you are, not who the world wants you to be" - doesn't give much away about the new product; rather, it appears to simply be a reference to Honor's brand slogan, 'For The Brave'.
Honor says that the upcoming device will offer "a new definition of fast, robust and affordable, all in one".
The company recently introduced a 60-day money-back guarantee offer for those buying its Honor 5X and Honor 7 smartphones in several markets, including both free delivery and a free pick-up service.