News, January 20, Huawei sold Honor at the end of last year to allow it to develop independently and allow it to trade with American companies including Google.
According to a report by the well-known Russian newspaper Kommersant, two people familiar with the matter revealed to the newspaper that the Chinese smartphone brand Honor is preparing to launch a new series of devices that support Google services. A source close to Huawei confirmed that after the Honor brand leaves Huawei, the smartphone that will be launched will no longer have the Huawei AppGallery application store, and will remain on the previously released devices. It is reported that Honor plans to launch a new product line in the spring.
IT Home understands that the next highlight of Honor should be the V40 series. However, these phones are all developed under Huawei’s banner and use Magic UI without GMS access.
If the above news is true, Honor X11 and Honor 40 phones may support Google services, marking their independence and a new beginning.