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Four years, 40 million sales. Honor's prime budget series as brought in its fourth iteration with a milestone. And who said four wasn't a lucky number?
Unfortunately, these betas are region-specific and, therefore, many owners won't be hit with the scope of Android Marshmallow improvements.
To hype up the Honor sub-brand and affordable family members, Huawei will give discounts and various freebies to buyers worldwide on November 11.
Huawei’s chic phone lineup for select regions, Honor, has passed beyond its first anniversary in existence. The series currently has the Honor 7 (or the Honor 7i … and soon, the Honor 7 Plus) as bandleader. They’re “For the Brave,” Huawei claims, and it seems that the company isn’t afraid to execute brave software moves itself. Now, in addition to Chinese Honor devices, we now see Indian Honor devices getting ETAs to Marshmallow.
Coming soon! Starting February 2016, we will be rolling out Android M to honor phones. [...]
As one of the emerging OEMs in the global smartphone market, Huawei has been making friends and Ascend-ing in market share. But as much as we appreciate the company’s hardware prowess, we have to say that the EMUI software can get kinda dodgy for us sometimes. Maybe a software update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow might be able to change our opinion on that.
If you’re looking forward to Marshmallow on your Huawei device, good (or bad) news! Huawei’s got a list of models getting the update. The list includes not only the phone series, but each individual model, [...]