A couple days ago, it was revealed that Honor would be releasing a new handset on June 12. Now, it appears that we are getting more details about the Honor 9, including its processor, RAM and cameras.
Along with a new smartphone, it appears that Honor could also be debuting a new fitness wearable in the form of the Honor Band 3. An invite went out to press today hinting at the upcoming launch.
Almost a year has passed since the release of the Honor 8. According to a leaked promotional poster, the successor could almost be here. The poster indicates that the Honor 9 will arrive on June 12.
Honor has been on a roll lately, offering a wide range of handsets to meet most price points. Today, the firm has unveiled its latest, the Honor 6A, that starts at $115 and offers quite a feature set.
The Honor 8 has received an impressive discount that will see a little over a $120 cut from its original price. This discounted price will be for the Midnight Black variant of the handset.
The fervor for selfie sticks has diminished quite a bit over the past couple of years, but Huawei has released a new model for the US via its Honor website. The selfie stick can convert into a tripod.
The Huawei V9 made its debut in Asia late last month and now the handset has resurfaced on the Huawei Russia website as the Honor 8 Pro. The handset is expected to be officially released on April 5.
The time has almost arrived, as Honor has unveiled an Android 7.0 Nougat beta program for the Honor 6X. Details are scarce, but at the very least the firm is moving forward with the beta soon.
Honor has announced a partnership with Insta360 to offer its own 360-degree camera. The 'Honor VR Camera' will be sold internationally but does not currently have a price or release date.
It has been a little over a month since Honor announced its 6X for the US. Now, it has revealed its latest handset, the V9, that offers quite an impressive look, along with beastly specifications.
Honor returns with the Honor 6X, a handset that intends to once again elevate average. The 6X offers a dual camera and impressive build quality, but can it reign over the incoming competition?
"Early adopters" who own an Honor 8 in the UK can now download and install the EMUI 5.0 update, based on Android 7.0 Nougat. The update began rolling out in the United States last week.
Honor has reduced the price of its Honor 8 handset to celebrate Valentine's Day. The firm will also throw in some extra accessories like a selfie stick to make the deal even sweeter.
Huawei will start updating its Honor 8 handset to Android 7.0 Nougat in the US starting February 11. The update will arrive with a new version of EMUI, EMUI 5, that will offer a native app drawer.
When a new product comes to market, there is always someone that will undoubtedly test the limits of the device. The Honor 6X is the latest to go through the gauntlet, testing its physical limits.
If you missed the first flash sale, you're in luck, as Honor will be holding another sale of its newly released 6X. The promotional period will start on January 18 at 12pm CST.
The Honor 6X was recently announced at CES and signals the start of Honor's 2017 campaign in the US. Starting at $249, does this handset offer enough to make it a worthwhile purchase?
It was only last week that Honor announced its latest handset, the 6X. Now it looks like the company will kick off sales with a special flash sale that will allow those quick enough to get $50 off.
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Honor held its press event and announced that the 6X would be coming to the US and EU. But, at its demo area, many weren't gravitating towards the 6X, instead they chose to spend time with the Magic.
Honor unveiled the 6X in October, promising up to 2 days of battery life, and high-end features - including dual rear cameras - at mid-range prices. Now, Honor is bringing the 6X to the US and Europe.
Huawei announced today that its Honor 8 handset is going to receive Android Nougat in February, which will come bundled with the latest version of its Android skin, EMUI 5.0.
Honor, a sub-brand of the manufacturer Huawei, has announced an experimental concept device called the Honor Magic. The device sports a dual-lens camera embellished within a curved and glossy unibody.
It looks like we could see another "concept" handset hit the market before year's end. Huawei's Honor sub-brand could announce a modular concept handset tomorrow with a curved display.
In our latest festive giveaway, we're offering you the chance to win the Honor 8, with an octa-core CPU, 4GB RAM, dual-SIM support, dual 12MP rear cameras, USB-C, and more, plus a 128GB microSD card!
The Honor 7 was unveiled at the end of June 2015, but didn't go on sale in some major markets until a few months later. Unfortunately, though, it won't be getting an official upgrade to Android 7.0.
Users who managed to join Honor's beta testing program, are now getting the newest update available to their OS. The update comes with UI changes and performance improvements in different areas.
Honor has unveiled its Black Friday promos for the weekend with $100 off the Honor 8. The company will also offer accessories for 50% off and a $1 flash sale for those that are quick enough.
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Honor has been pushing the boundaries when it comes to offering excellent handsets at reasonable prices. Today, the company is adding the 6X to its lineup, that offers a dual camera starting at $150.
The Honor 8 is now available in the US at Newegg, Amazon, B&H and more. But does this $399 handset hit the marks with its dual 12MP camera, lightning quick fingerprint sensor and refined design?
Although the Honor 8 was just recently launched in the US and Europe, it was initially offered in Asia in July. Since that time, the handset has amassed impressive sales of 1.5 million units.
Last week, Honor and Samsung both released new smartphones, and each device had a similar new method for trying to improve battery life, but not cripple the overall experience.
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Buyers of Honor devices will get new features at least once every three months for the first year after launch, further updates for a year after that, and security patches beyond two years.
The Honor 8 is an impressive device that takes high-end specifications, packages it in an elegant exterior using quality materials, while offering itself at a reasonable price of $399.
Honor unveiled its latest handset for the US market, the Honor 8. The handset offers a Kirin 950 processor, 4GB RAM and 12MP dual camera lens. Pricing will start at $399 USD for a 32GB model.
In a couple days, it looks like Honor will be unveiling a new handset for the United States in the form of the Honor 8. The handset should be similar to Huawei's P9, offering a dual camera system.
Honor wasn't content with just announcing a 6.6-inch phablet, and has also unveiled a $90 low-end handset, the 5 Play. The handset will offer a 5-inch display, 8MP camera and will be sold in China.
Huawei will take on Xiaomi's 6.44-inch Mi Max phablet with an even bigger device of its own. The Honor Note 8 will be unveiled on August 1, with an octa-core processor, up to 4GB RAM and 64GB storage.
Marshmallow started rolling out worldwide last month. Huawei has now confirmed that the update - which includes EMUI 4.0, the newest version of its Android interface - is now available in the US.
The Honor 5X is finally receiving an update to Android Marshmallow, updating its EMUI to version 4.0. The update will arrive OTA or can be downloaded via the web and manually installed.
The Honor 5C features a "diamond-polished, aircraft-grade aluminum-alloy body topped by a scratch-resistant anodized coating", among other things - and it's now available to buy in European markets.
Huawei's Honor brand is hosting a "virtual launch event" later this month, where it says it will unveil a new product that delivers "a new definition of fast, robust and affordable, all in one".
Buyers of Huawei's Honor 5X and 7 smartphones in certain markets can try out the devices with the option of returning them within 60 days for a full refund, with free delivery and pick-up.
If you want to try your luck, Huawei is now blowing out the Honor 5X for a $1. The promotion will continue for the next 11 hours and will be available directly from the Honor website.
If you've been on the edge about Huawei's budget friendly Honor 5X, now might be a good time to pick one up. The handset has been reduced by $25, bringing the price down to $174.99.
Huawei's Honor 5X is a middle of the road handset that offers the luxury of a metal frame and other high-end amenities. But can it succeed in offering a premium experience for $200?
It looks like Huawei is on a roll in 2016, with plans to unveil two new handsets under its 'Honor' brand early next week. The event is to take place on January 28th.
Although the honor 5X debuted last November in China, the 5.5" all metal smartphone featuring a Snapdragon 615 octa-core chip, 2GB RAM and a fingerprint reader is now heading to the US for $199.