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Honor’s growth in Chinese market in Q1

Chinese tech company Honor has seen growth in the Chinese smartphone market.

The latest IDC report indicates how Honor has achieved the top position in the China smartphone market for Q1 2024.

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The success is attributed to the popularity of the Magic 6 series which has resulted in a 123% year on year increase in shipments.

The message is simple, Honor is competing and users in certain markets are taking note.

There has been the tagline associated with Honor which is the fastest-growing tech brand in the region and one may just start believing this due to its 2023 growth of 154% year-over year growth indicative of a dedication to meet the needs of local consumers.

All this comes at a cost and Honor has been paying the price of commitment. The introduction of the arguably thinnest and lightest smartphone, the Honor Magic V2 has contributed significantly to their first-quarter success.

Comparing the first month of sales between this year’s Honor Magic V2 launch and last year’s Honor Magic Vs, there has been a remarkable surge in sales.

The introduction of the Honor Magic 6 Pro which introduced some AI camera technology alongside a personalized user experience with the added power of a feature called the Magic Portal was also well received by various markets.

We noticed that Honor is growing its portfolio of smartphones in an effort to cater to different market segments and consumer preferences in the Middle East region. This includes a durable Honor X series, the Honor N series, and the flagship Honor Magic series.

Honor’s growth in the MEA region shows Honors’ commitment to shaping the future of technology and enhancing the lives of consumers across the region.

Also read: Huawei Pura 70 series lands on top of DXOMARK’s rankings

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