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    In the future, Honor tries to use Qualcomm chips for 5G phones

    Last November, when Huawei officially announced the sale of the Honor brand and related asset business, the Honor cell phone officially separated from Huawei. After independence, the first new machine went through a lot of anxiety.

    After the independent Honor, not bound to the US ban restrictions, the core components have many options, including Qualcomm, MediaTek, Samsung, and other mainstream chip suppliers. The previously released Honor’s V40 series, the first new machine to be launched since the brand’s independence, is said to be equipped with MediaTek’s high-end chip Dimension 1000+.

    According to the digital chat station, we learned from a conversation with Honor late last year that they were negotiating a collaboration with Qualcomm. At present, it seems that the progress is still very smooth, but the new machine is not so fast, still the stage of case development should be opened, wait for the Honored Tuned Qualcomm.

    At the Snapdragon Technology Summit, Qualcomm President Cristiano Aman said that Honor is now a new player in the market perspective. Qualcomm is very pleased and respectfully looking forward to future cooperation. To co-operate with Honor, Amon said the two sides are currently holding some talks, specifically on the development of future issues.

    Speaking to Honor’s internal fan contact, Honor CEO Zhao Ming said, “Honor will launch the super flagship in the future. Honors will also have Honors’ “Mate and P” series. Respect will come out of the road of technological development and related technological evolution. ”

    According to sources close to Qualcomm, the progress of the Qualcomm-Honor collaboration is highly optimistic. Both sides are close to reaching supply cooperation. It looks like the new Honor phone equipped with Qualcomm chips is almost a success.

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