Monday, September 27

Honor

Entity List, Honor, Huawei, Lista negra, Noticias, Telefonía celular, Veto comercial

The United States could put Honor on its blacklist | Digital Trends Spanish

Despite disengaging from Huawei a year ago and entering the market as a completely independent brand, Honor could have problems with the US authorities like many other Chinese companies. According to a report by The Washington Post, US law enforcement agencies are considering adding Huawei's former sub-brand to their export blacklist known as the Entity List. According to the source medium, members of the Pentagon and the Department of Energy want the new company to be included in this list of companies that are prohibited from trading with US companies (unless they receive special permission), while the Department of Commerce and the Department of State operate to this extent. The authorities in favor of vetoing the Chinese company affirm that this is a threat to national security, de...
Honor, Huawei, Magic 3, Magic 3 Pro, Nuevos celulares de Honor, Telefonía celular

Honor presents the Magic 3, Magic 3 Pro and Magic 3 Pro + | Digital Trends Spanish

The story is already known: Huawei had to sell the subsidiary Honor last year, after the commercial veto it faced from the United States. That is why the first series of products is striking flagship presented by Honor since its independence. It is about the Magic 3, Magic 3 Pro and Magic 3 Pro +, which boast "a cinematographic and photographic videography experience with unprecedented performance." The manufacturer recalls that it has four research and development centers and more than 100 laboratories worldwide, in addition to that it is re-establishing its strategic alliances with technology providers. Design and optics With the idea that the Honor Magic family includes the most innovative ideas of the manufacturer, the new members integrate a curved display (89 degrees), which is ...
Computación, Computadora portátil de Honor, Honor, Honor MagicBook X 14, Huawei, MagicBook X 14, portátiles económicas

Honor MagicBook X 14: ensure your back to school | Digital Trends Spanish

Entry-level laptops from various manufacturers are around $ 1,000, a price with which you can get a more than decent machine to carry out all kinds of tasks, be it office or school. The Honor MagicBook X 14 falls into this category (although it costs about $ 100 more), and after having tried it, it is time to offer some reasons that make it a fundamental ally in this back to school 2021. You may also like: Honor MagicBook X 14: reasons to love it Keyboard and quick start Risky starting with the keyboard as one of the strongest reasons to consider the MagicBook X 14 for back to school? No, it is not, since it is quite a comfortable element to write all kinds of texts or write messages through the different instant services. There is no such situation of “having to get used to” a new k...
5G, Honor, Huawei, Telefonía celular

This is the new Honor X20 SE with 5G and Android 11 | Digital Trends Spanish

Honor has recently become completely independent from Huawei, but the Chinese company wastes no time when it comes to filling its portfolio. After introducing us to the Honor 50 and Honor Play and announcing the complete list of its phones that Huawei will update, the manufacturer has presented the new Honor X20 SE. The phone heads to the mid-range with 5G and other features to compete head-to-head with Realme or Xiaomi. It has a 6.6-inch FullHD + IPS LCD screen in which we find the 16 MP front camera that appears right in the center, inside a perforation. The fingerprint sensor is on the right side and has a classic headphone jack. For power, it has a MediaTek Dimensity 700 processor that includes a 5G modem. This processor is accompanied by two versions of memories: one with 6 GB ...
China, Honor, Huawei, Noticias, sanciones a Huawei, Telefonía celular, teléfonos celulares

Huawei is preparing to sell part of its phone business | Digital Trends Spanish

The sanctions that the United States has imposed on it are causing Huawei to make drastic decisions to safeguard its business. And everything indicates that getting rid of part of your mobile phone business is closer than ever. In September 2020, Huawei's CEO Guo Ping confessed that the company had to stock chips to survive the trade veto imposed by the US administration. The company would now have advanced talks to sell its subsidiary Honor to a consortium led by phone distributor Digital China and the Shenzhen government, according to the agency. Reuters. The business will be around $ 15.2 billion (100 billion yuan), an amount higher than the $ 3.7 billion that had been known in October 2020. The cash sale will include nearly all assets, including branding, research and developm...