Microsoft and Honor sign agreements for the development of new products and services. Honor, which was a Huawei sub-brand until the end of last year, when it became an independent firm, and thus save the US veto, must continue to grow in order for it to establish agreements with various partners around the world to provide customers with the best possible experience in all of its offerings.
The company finds itself in a position where it lacks the R&D resources it had when it was a sub-brand of Huawei, necessitating assistance from third parties to achieve the greatest performance.
Microsoft and Honor joining forces to bring innovations to the market
As a result of this, Honor’s translation services, its own virtual assistant, collaboration solutions, and other features will improve, which will be recognized by consumers who have any Honor product.
According to Honor:
With a strong belief in openness, cooperation, and innovation, we will work closely with our global supply chain partners across the industry to create a world-class product experience with our technology capabilities, market insights, and R&D innovations. HONOR and Microsoft will continue to strengthen our strategic partnership and develop solutions that can incorporate different software and hardware technologies for various user scenarios.
The relationship between Honor and Microsoft has been going well, to the point that thanks to this, Honor will be able to announce the new MagicBook V14 laptop on September 26, where although specific details are unknown, it will be one of the first models of laptops that will feature Windows 11.
Honor has not encountered any problems in bringing Windows-based computers to the market, and the signing of the agreement will allow both companies to go further in the development of new products and services.
It will be a question of seeing what new products will be developed thanks to the agreement.