HONOR 50 Posts on XDA

Join the XDA forums for the Honor Magic 3, Honor 50, Xiaomi Mi Pad 5, and Mi Mix 4

We opened up XDA forums for nine smartphones earlier this month, including the POCO X3 GT, Motorola Edge 20 series, Huawei P50 series, Nokia XR20, and ZTE Axon 30. Today, we are announcing forums for Honor’s new Magic 3 series, Xiaomi’s latest Mi MIX 4 and Mi Pad 5 series, and the Honor 50 series. Honor...

Honor 50 series goes official with Snapdragon 778G and 100W fast charging

In a launch event in China today, Honor unveiled three new Android smartphones: the Honor 50 Pro, Honor 50, and Honor 50 SE. We've seen plenty of Honor 50 series leaks over the past couple of months, which have left little to the imagination. Therefore, today’s launch is merely an official confirmation of the previous leaks. Honor...

Honor 50 series specifications leaked ahead of 16 June launch

Honor is set to launch its first smartphone series after splitting away from Huawei late last year. The company has unveiled that it will launch the new Honor 50 series in China on June 16th, and it will come with Google Play Services pre-installed. Previous leaks about the upcoming devices have revealed that they will...

The Honor 50 looks a bit like the Huawei P50 in these images

Honor is set to launch its first smartphone series after being sold by Huawei in November 2020. The Honor 50 series has been announced to launch on June 16th; it will come with Google Play Services pre-installed and run a Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC. But even months after being separated, the upcoming Honor phones share a...

XDA forums for the iQOO 7, Moto G20, Galaxy M42, and more are open!

In April, we opened up XDA forums for more than 20 smartphones, including the new Sony Xperia lineup, Moto G series, Mi 11X series, Axon 30 Ultra, and more. Today, we’re opening forums for 11 new devices, including the iQOO 7 series, Moto G20, POCO M3, Redmi Note 10S, Galaxy M42 5G, Galaxy Tab A7...

Honor’s upcoming phones will have Google apps pre-installed

After freeing itself from its parent company, Huawei, earlier this year, Honor has been hard at work restoring everything that it lost access to as a result of US sanctions. One of the biggest blows struck by US sanctions was Huawei losing access to the Android license. This meant, Huawei could no longer pre-install Google’s...

Honor turns to Qualcomm Snapdragon chips for its phones after splitting from Huawei

Once a brand under the Huawei Consumer Business Group, Honor is now a separate entity, owned by Shenzhen Zhixin New Information Technology Co., Ltd. The break-up with Huawei allowed Honor to free itself from the shadow of U.S. sanctions and begin to restore a normal course of business. The company has already launched several new...