Honor sets itself a target of doubling its global sales by the end of 2022
Honor has rebounded from its split with Huawei to become the fifth-biggest smartphone OEM in its native China for 2021. It has also featured at MWC 2022 to present flagship products such as the Magic4 Series, Watch GS 3 and Earbuds 3 Pro. The company now aims to build on this success to become more of a "global" brand going forward.
Speaking at a recent press appearance, the company's CEO George Zhao asserted that Honor has been "experiencing incredible growth" and can now build on that to reach as many consumers as possible.
Currently, it claims to have about 11,000 employees worldwide and has 6 research centers in locations such as France and Japan. Honor has also racked partnerships and agreements with approximately 200 carriers, including Bouygues, H3G, Orange, SFR, Telefonica, and Vodafone in Europe.
It also claims to sell its 50 series of mid-range c smartphones in 49 countries by now, and intends to grow its international 2022 product range further with X-series phones, as well as those from the less familiar N series. Unfortunately, Honor has yet to mention its inaugural Magic V foldable flagship with reference to its international business as yet.