Today, Honor Mobile shared a new post on its official Weibo account, confirming that the recently launched Honor Band 6 will be available for pre-booking again. The company also answered some of the user’s queries on the microblogging platform.
In response to one of the questions related to the service, Honor said that the company will work with its partners to offer security updates and after-sales services to the products on-sale as well as those products that have already been sold.
This is in line with the message that was shared by one of the company’s executives soon after the sale of Honor was confirmed. Now, the confirmation coming from the company’s official account on Weibo breathes a sigh of relief for existing users of Honor’s products who were wondering about the after-sales service for their devices.
A few days ago, Huawei sold off its Honor sub-brand to Zhixin New Information Technology Co. Ltd., which is a consortium of over 30 agents and dealers of the Honor brand and the Shenzhen Smart City Development Group Co.
The step was taken to ensure that the brand survives. Lately, Huawei has been facing a lot of issues as the United States keeps on imposing sanctions on the Chinese giant. It has restricted the company from procuring necessary components to keep its business running. However, there’s a ray of light as the United States has started issuing licenses to several companies to continue doing business with Huawei, including Intel, AMD, Sony, Samsung Display, Qualcomm, and others.
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