First, there’s the HONOR 70, which is said to have a camera “best for vlogging, motion-sensing, and multi-recording features.” This phone comes with a Solo Cut Mode feature that’s said toenable users “to produce portrait vlogs that spotlight a specific person in a group video using Person Autofocus Tracking Technology.”
The Solo Cut feature can also be used for dual video streaming, with the subject of the solo view being spotlighted alongside the main video with full view.
The HONOR X6, on the other hand, will be the most affordable HONOR phone yet to land in the country. It’s said to powered by an octa-core processor fast enough to handle mobile games such as Mobile Legends, PUBG, and Genshin Impact.
The X6 will also come with a 50MP main camera, a 6.5-inch display, and a 5000mAh battery.
The third device is the HONOR Pad 8, the brand’s first tablet in the country. This 12-inch slate will come with a Snapdragon 680 chip, a quad-speaker system, and a 7250mAh battery with support for 22.5W wired charging.
The October 18 launch will be livestreamed here, but take note that it won’t be accessible until the event is published days before the official launch.