Honor previously stated that Google Services would be available on its smartphones by the end of the year, and now we know which device will be the first to launch. According to the company’s official Twitter account, it will be the Honor 50, which is planned to launch on October 26 in Europe.
HONOR has succeeded in confirming cooperation with a number of supplier partners in the early stage. #HONOR50 series will be equipped with Google Mobile Services, which will provide a more comprehensive application environment and extraordinary mobile experience to our customers. pic.twitter.com/rAhByQVAlx
— HONOR (@Honorglobal) October 11, 2021
Honor 50 helped the brand reclaim third place in China’s smartphone market, and the business is likely aiming for similar success on the Old Continent. While domestic fans were able to test both the Honor 50 and Honor 50 Pro, it looks that only the Honor 50 will be accessible internationally.
Anyone looking for a high-performing smartphone with a great camera setup should consider a vanilla model. On the inside, there’s a Snapdragon 778G processor with 5G support and Android 11 with GMS, as well as an ultra-wide-angle sensor with a resolution of 108MP on the back and 32MP on the front. When fully charged, the battery can go from zero to 70 percent in just 20 minutes, and that’s according to the manufacturer.