Honor has achieved strong business momentum both globally and across the Middle East in the last four months.
honor, the leading smartphone e-brand from Huawei has reported strong quarterly results with 10.52 million units sold in China Q1 2017.
Honor 6X stood out for its outstanding camera, high-end specs, high-speed software and long battery life.
The sporadically evolving market needs come from our digital natives hunger for technology.
In Sweden and Finland, the Honor 8 recorded the highest sales in the EUR400-500 price range, while becoming the second most sought-after smartphone in the same price range in Russia.
The sleek-looking Honor 8 Lite offers snappy performance, supported by strong battery life, as well as advanced camera capabilities.
Chris Sun Baigong, Vice President of Huawei honor in the Middle East region stated, “Honor develops products with its consumers at the forefront, designed for those digital natives who defy norm and bravery.It kicked off the year with the introduction of its mighty budget smartphone; the honor 6x at CES that has earned ten awards from a range of global technology and business media publications.
“The start of 2017 has been exciting for us and looking ahead, Honor has lined up several more competitive products for 2017 featuring breakthroughs in technology and design that will spearhead the brand’s business growth in key target markets such as the Middle East,” said Mr. Baigong.
The 6x has lead the conversation on how technology is changing our lives from culture to business science to design, reaching digital natives around the world.