honor Stories December 13

The Honor Play, simply put, is a cheap gaming-focused smartphone that looks good and comes in at under $300. Beyond that, it packs in some serious specs and performs superbly for the entry cost. Honor has a good record with making good quality, affordable devices and, to be honest, the Honor Play is no different.

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honor Stories August 30

Honor teases bezel-less ‘Honor Magic 2,’ expands Honor Play outside of China

Huawei’s infamous sub-brand Honor had a couple announcements for us at IFA 2018 in Berlin today. The more notable of the pair of announcements was the Honor Magic 2, which is yet another entry in the category of bezel-less smartphones that slide to reveal the necessary camera hardware…

honor Stories July 31

Smartphones that come out of Huawei’s sub-brand Honor come in all shapes and sizes, and today the company is debuting its latest big-screen device. The Honor Note 10 has gone official, delivering a screen the size of a tablet.

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Deal: Get Pixelbook at 25% off: $750!

honor Stories May 15

Huawei makes some killer Android smartphones, and the P20 family that was unveiled earlier this year are no exception. However, they are quite expensive. Fear not, though, as Huawei’s sub-brand Honor is now delivering the Honor 10 – a phone packed with the best of the P20 in a package nearly half the cost…

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honor Stories February 2, 2017

Huawei says Android Nougat w/ EMUI 5.0 will hit Honor 6X in March

When the Honor 6X was unveiled at CES, we were disappointed to see that it would be shipping with a much older version of the company’s Android skin — EMUI 4.1. Although the 6X is a budget handset, it was unfortunate to hear that a phone launched in 2017 would reach customers running Marshmallow. Today, Honor has confirmed that it will begin rolling out the EMUI 5.0/Nougat update to the Honor 6X in March…

honor Stories January 4, 2017

Honor promises Android Nougat for the Honor 6X within the next couple of months

At CES 2017 Honor announced the 6X which is the company’s budget device that features mid-tier specs and a $249 price tag. Unfortunately, though, the public’s first reaction to the phone was rather negative mainly because of several aspects of the handset that are a bit outdated. The biggest of which is the fact that Honor is shipping the 6X to customers still running Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Thankfully, Honor does promise to update the phone to Nougat (EMUI 5.0) sometime in the second quarter…

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