Earlier this week, three major Chinese telecom providers announced commercial availability of 5G, in addition to publicising their voice and data plans. Speaking of 5G compatible smartphones, a total of 11 models have already been released in the country and several others will launch in the coming months.
Out of these 11 handsets, 5 are made by Huawei alone while the rest are made by 5 other manufacturers, namely Xiaomi, ZTE, Vivo, OPPO and Samsung. When it comes to 5G smartphones, Huawei is clearly well ahead of the competition but it doesn’t want to stop even now.
According to recently spotted list of smartphones which is believed to be the company’s internal documents, Huawei is about to launch three more 5G smartphones under its Honor sub-brand which include the Honor v30 5G, Honor V30 Pro 5G and Honor Magic 3 5G. It can be observed that some smartphones in this list that have already been launched are offered with both 5G and 4G compatibility which include the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro.
In contrast, the list lacks 4G variants of three previously mentioned Honor branded smartphones which are supposed to launch in the coming months. It seems that Huawei might not even be bothered to launch 4G variants of these handsets.
Editor’s Pick: Honor V30 front panel leaks, features hole-punch camera
While we already have sufficient details about the V30 and V30 Pro, the Honor Magic 3 has appeared for the first time. Going by its name, it will be the successor of the Honor Magic 2 from 2018 that sports a sliding display.
Any details about Honor Magic 3’s specifications are deficient but similar to its predecessor, it is bound to be a flagship smartphone. Therefore, it can be assumed that the device will be equipped with the latest and greatest chipset from the company which is Kirin 990. Staple to high-end devices, it is destined to have features like a high screen-to-body ratio display, support for fast charging and worthy camera sensors.
This content was originally published here.