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Honor will bring its retinue of bang for buck devices to Latin America next year

The Honor 7X. (Source: Honor)
The Honor 7X. (Source: Honor)
Huawei's sub-brand, Honor, recently launched its smartphones in the US, India, Europe, and the Middle East. The next region to get the company's attention will be Latin America, with the Honor 7X slated to be sold in that market for just US$199.
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Honor's bid to conquer the world looks to be coming on rather nicely. The company recently announced its ambitions to take over the Indian market by 2020, and made good on that statement by releasing the new Honor 7X for that market, with the V10 to follow suit in the near future. The Huawei subsidiary also launched its new batch of devices in the US, and we have received confirmation that Latin America will be the next region to enjoy Honor's presence.

Latin America, alongside Sub-Saharan Africa and developing Asia, is the smartphone market with the highest growth rate at the moment, so it's no surprise that Honor is looking to cash into that. The newly released Honor 7X has been in the headlines of recent, as the device's US$200 price tag makes it, debatably, the most value for money buy on the market at the moment. Potential buyers in Latin America will also get that deal, starting January, as the Honor 7X with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage will hit shops with the same US price tag of $200. Other devices will also make the trip. Sadly, we're not quite sure of the company's plans for Canada, as that market has been mostly ignored.

Meanwhile, the Honor 7X went on sale in the US on December 5, and began shipping out on the 15th. The device is currently exclusive to Honor's own online store but we expect it to be listed on retail outlets like Amazon and Best Buy over the next few weeks

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Ricci Rox, 2017-12-21 (Update: 2017-12-21)