Huawei's Honor build up connectivity among new products
Honor, Huawei's brand for young consumers, has launched new smart devices and a smart home connection standard featuring its own brand and technologies.
The new HonorLife brand and product debut, including TVs, laptops, routers and tablets, will help Huawei and Honor boost consumer business and establish their own ecosystems to include smartphones and various smart devices. The move makes sense after the United States strengthened its control on tech exports recently, according to analysts.
Smartphones have become personal information service centers and Honor’s smart TV will become a control center at home to connect various devices, said Zhao Ming, Honor’s president.
Two HonorLife stores are due to open in Shanghai and Chengdu next month.
The smart TV, which features a Huawei-developed operating system, will go on sale on May 25 from 2,299 yuan (US$328).
Honor’s MagicBook Pro features a 16.1-inch screen and prices start at 5,999 yuan.
Honor’s new devices can connect and work with each other easily, the company said, such as synchronizing screens and work among smartphones, laptops and TVs.
Honor also launched a new tablet computer and new technology routers, as well as partners’ home appliances that support its connection standard.