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Honor unveils 5G Experience Lab to grow its 5G Technologies

Announces Honor Vera30 Series as the first 5G smartphone from Honor

Honor's demo showcasing upload and download speeds on 4G vs 5G
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Honor's demo showcasing upload and download speeds on 4G vs 5G

Following the launch of the Kirin 990 processor Series, Honor unveiled its 5G Experience Lab, affirming its commitment to 5G technologies as it sets out its vision and roadmap for the roll-out of 5G.

It also teased the availability of Honor Vera30 Series, the company’s first suite of handsets that are equipped with the Kirin 990 chipset and supports dual-mode 5G all-access network. The smartphone is set to make its debut in Q4 2019.

“The Middle East has been pioneering the move to 5G with advanced countries already prepared for the revolutionary cellular technology and operators announcing their plans for large scale rollout. Honor is committed to empowering individuals from all over the world lead more connected and intelligent lives in this 5G-enabled world which begins with the 5G Experience Lab,” said Chris Sun Baigong, President of Honor Middle East and Africa.

“While research and development at the lab will help us expand on the potential of 5G technologies, the Honor Vera30 Series goes beyond 5G capability to also deliver other sought-after technological advances. Youth will be treated to a multi-dimensional 5G experience with Augmented Reality (AR), 4K video quality and cloud applications.” He added.

The Honor 5G Experience Lab comprises a Communications Protocol Test Lab and features multiple zones that depict the future of 5G in everyday scenarios. In the Communication Protocol Test Lab, visitors will learn about the various global network standards that demonstrate the seamless connections between these networks.

The lab can simulate the frequency ranges and bandwidths of carriers in different countries, allowing visitors to experience the seamless network transitions as if they are on international roaming. In addition to travel, Honor also showcased the deployment and application of 5G in smart homes and gaming while showing how it optimizes 5G signals to ensure the best user experiences.

Honor is running the 5G race as it continues to leverage technologies to create products. The development of Honor Vera30 Series, the company has made the first smartphone to support both NSA (non-standalone network) and SA (standalone network) architectures simultaneously to ensure all access, started a decade ago in 2009, when 4G was made commercially available.