, which is no longer owned by Huawei, could release a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888-fueled smartphone in July, according to a Chinese outlet ().
The rumor hardly comes as a surprise, as Honor’s CEO George Zhao has already confirmed the company’s plans to release flagship phones to compete with Apple and Huawei.
Honor is seemingly no longer subject to the same restrictions as Huawei. In January, the newly independent company and other components suppliers including Samsung, Intel, AMD, and Sony. The company is also to bring Android back to its phones.