Huawei’s internet of devices and sensors is expected to be a major component of its flagship device, the Huawei Honor 10.
The Honor 10 comes with a number of internet of thing components, including its camera, microphones, speakers, a smart home hub, and more.
But there are also some key differences between the Huawei’s own devices and the rest of the internet of-things ecosystem.
For one, Huawei’s Honor 10 is a little smaller.
That’s in part because it comes with more of Huawei’s signature Kirin 965 SoC, which has been around for some time.
It’s also a little more powerful, though that may not be a big factor.
At 5.7mm thick, the Honor 10 measures roughly 11.4mm wide.
Huawei also says that the Honor device’s camera is capable of shooting 1080p video at 60fps at 4K, which should make it a pretty viable video recording platform for smartphones.
With the Honor 8, Huawei built an all-in-one smartphone, with a Snapdragon 835 processor, 3GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage.
This device has the same specs as the Honor 9, but the Honor X8’s Adreno 420 GPU and 64GB of internal storage is slightly faster.
Additionally, the 6.4-inch, 2,560 x 1,440 AMOLED display on the Honor line is 4K resolution.
While Huawei’s flagship phones have been selling for well over a decade, the company has been pushing into the internet-of, devices-and-sensors market.
Its Honor line includes a slew of Huawei devices, from the Honor 7, Honor 8+, and Honor 9+ to the Honor 6 and Honor 5X.
In 2017, Huawei sold more than 1.5 million Honor devices, which was a lot of Honor phones.
And the Honor lineup has a lot going for it.
According to Huawei, Honor’s internet-devices-and, sensors-enabled smartphones make up the majority of Honor’s smartphone sales.
“In 2017 Huawei sold approximately 2.5 billion Honor devices,” Huawei said in a statement.
“This is the highest Honor device volume ever and the highest number ever for a single brand.
Honor smartphones are also the most widely sold brand globally, and in 2017 Huawei shipped more than 7 billion Honor phones.”
Huawei is expected start shipping the Honor 12 in September, which is the second-generation Honor 10 and the first smartphone with the Kirin 950 processor.
We’ll have to wait to find out if Huawei has any new smartphones coming out this year.