By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : October 12, 2017 11:22 am
The company has started sending out media invites for the event, which is scheduled to take place in London, UK.
Huawei’s sub-brand Honor is all set to launch a new bezel-less smartphone on December 5. The company has started sending out media invites for the event, which is scheduled to take place in London, UK.
The invitation comes with a tagline “Max your view”, and one can see two phones in the image, which could hint that the company might launch two bezel-less smartphones. The new smartphones could take leverage of the new 18:9 display, which is slowly becoming a new trend in the smartphone industry.
Further, both the smartphones will come loaded with dual-camera setup, which is evident from the #IOOI. The second O in the hashtag looks like a droid, which further hints that the smartphones will be AI-focused. Huawei recently introduced its Kirin 970 chipset, which focuses on AI, so it is highly likely that the upcoming smartphone could be powered by the same chipset.
However, there is no information about which device the company will launch during the event, but many speculate that it might be Honor Note 9, a predecessor of Honor Note 8 that was launched in September 2016.
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Meanwhile, the company has launched Honor 7X in China. The smartphone comes in three variants- one with 4GB RAM and 32 GB of internal storage at 1299 Yuan, another with 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage at 1699 Yuan, while the third one has 4GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage and it costs 1999 Yuan.
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