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Huawei sold the Honor brand, promising to bring smartphones as before

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Huawei sold the Honor brand, promising to bring smartphones as before

Huawei has stumbled in business this year. The Chinese brand is now cornered after falling into the trap of one ban after another in the world market. And so this time Huawei made a big decision. According to recent reports, Huawei has sold the rights to its ‘Honor’ subbrand to another company. As a result, Honor’s units, with more than 30 agents and dealers, have been handed over to a digital China-led consortium. Speculation about the matter began last week, but Reuters confirmed the incident today.

It is learned that Huawei has agreed to sell all the research, development, supply chain, etc. of Honor brand for about 15.2 billion US dollars. Huawei will no longer have a partnership with the Honor brand after the completion of this agreement. On the other hand, the buyer company has announced that it is considering setting up a new company called ‘Shenzen Zhixin New Information Technology’ to complete the buying and selling process.

According to reports, Huawei is planning to launch a new flagship device after the sale of Honor. Since the Honor brand devices were budget-centric, the deal would not have much of an impact on Huawei. However, Honor will continue to operate as usual and will continue to produce mid-range devices.

According to the Chinese newspaper, Huawei is trying to save Honor’s supply chain and gain a foothold in the smartphone industry. In this case, Honor is expected to not face any restrictions in the US market due to its separation from Huawei.

By the way, Huawei established the Honor brand in 2013. Under this sub-brand, the company launches multiple products like smartphones, tablets, wearable devices. Honor also has a lot of competition in the market with the devices of other companies like Xiaomi and OPPO. Time will tell how much profit Huawei will make by selling such a company.

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Blue Plaque for Hammersmith dwelling of playwright John Osborne

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ook Again in Anger playwright John Osborne has been remembered with a blue plaque at his west London household 65 several years after the perform was initial executed.

The English Heritage plaque was put up at 53 Caithness Road in Hammersmith exactly where he was dwelling when the play adjusted both his lifestyle and article-war British theatre.

Paying tribute, fellow playwright David Hare said: “John Osborne experienced the most sensational London debut of any playwright in the English language in the 20th century. It was John’s brilliance and originality which led so many to help relocate the theatre at the centre of Britain’s cultural and intellectual everyday living. Every person who followed owes him a personal debt.”

Born in London, Osborne labored in theatre as a stage supervisor and actor before creating the play that manufactured his name as just one of the primary “angry younger men” of the time period.

It won him an Evening Normal theatre award as most promising younger playwright and he savored additional success with The Entertainer which was created into a film starring Laurence Olivier.

Blue Plaque to John Osborne at 53 Caithness Highway, London.

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Novelist Alan Hollinghurst, who sits on the English Heritage Blue Plaques Panel, claimed: “John Osborne reinvigorated British theatre in the mid-20th century. Tough and questioning the status quo, his brilliant plays captivated new audiences and encouraged a full new era of screenwriters and playwrights. We are delighted to recognise the Hammersmith home in which he lived around the time of producing the participate in that designed him well known.”

Osborne returned to the people of his debut with 1992’s Deja Vu which was carried out in the West Close two a long time prior to his death in 1994.

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