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Huawei Honor Play render reveals Custom Kirin OS

31 May 2018 2

Huawei’s sub-brand Honor has confirmed that the Honor Play smartphone will launch on June 6. The upcoming phone has been touted by the company as its flagship and will reportedly come with advanced technology which promises to deliver customers groundbreaking experience.

According to rumours, the smartphone will offer AI-based 4D gaming and AI camera features. Huawei’s chairman Yu Chengdong has stated that the phone’s speed will be like “flying in the sky.” Latest renders of the phone hint that the upcoming device may come with Kirin SoC along with the company’s own proprietary Kirin OS powered by Linux.

Huawei has been working on its own operating system according to rumours. Previously leaked images of the phone had revealed a notched display. The handset will come with Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. It will run on Kirin OS 1.0. However, this is an old screenshot with has the date 2015 in the kernel version. The rumours about the Kirin OS have been making the rounds since 2015 since there are some discrepancies in the image, we ask our readers to take this report with a pinch of salt.

Other rumoured specifications of the Huawei Honor Play have not been revealed yet. We shall know more about the Honor Play at the company’s launch event on June 6. Reports suggest that the Huawei will also launch the Honor 9i smartphone at the event.

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Huawei Honor Play render reveals Custom Kirin OS
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Whenever I read about the Honor Play these days, two things are omnipresent - the AI-based 4D gaming as well as the AI camera features.


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