Honor CEO Zhao Ming declared: Honor 100 is a few streets behind iPhone15 in communication and battery life!
In media interviews, Honor CEO Zhao Ming gave a detailed explanation of the company's previous announcement by the board of directors and responded to the rumors in the market about Honor's backdoor deal. Zhao Ming emphasized that the excessive hype of these rumors has brought a negative impact on the company, and the purpose of their announcement is to prevent more shareholders from being deceived. This explanation is necessary to dispel rumors and maintain the company's reputation.
Zhao Ming further explained the reason for appointing Wu Hui as chairman of Honor. He pointed out that as a company planning to enter the capital market, Honor needs to meet the requirements of the capital market and improve the structure of the board of directors. The addition of Wu Hui makes the board more diverse, which will help the company make more accurate and scientific decisions. Zhao Ming made it clear that as a company with a business background, Honor needs a diverse board of directors, and the participation of professionals will promote the scientific and accurate decision-making.
In response to Honor's listing plan, Zhao Ming made it clear that the company will be listed in China, and the specific listing time and arrangement will be decided by shareholders and the board of directors. As CEO, Zhao Ming's primary responsibility is to ensure that the company's operations are running well, delivering stable performance and sustainable development.
Zhao Ming further pointed out that the Honor 100 series currently has no real competitors in the market. He stressed that Honor's new product is based on the newly released iPhone 15 series, and confidently claims to be better than the iPhone 15 series in terms of communication and battery life. In Europe's high-end market, Apple accounts for nearly 80% of the sales share of flagship phones. In order to gain a foothold in the European market, Honor must improve its competitiveness.
As a product in this series, the Honor 100 Pro is equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 mobile processing platform, supplemented by Honor's self-developed RF enhancement chip C1. In addition, the phone also features a 4674mm² wide-area stainless steel bionic VC cooling design, supporting up to 16GB of RAM and 1TB of ROM.
Honor officially claims that the phone can keep 47 background applications alive, 60 months without lag, and supports GMS services. In addition, the Honor 100 Pro has a built-in 5000mAh capacity three-pole lug single-cell battery, which supports 100W fast charging and 66W wireless fast charging, and the battery life and charging speed are excellent.
To sum up, Zhao Ming explained the content of the company's announcement in the interview and responded to the public's concerns about the rumors of Honor's backdoor. He demonstrated the scientificity and accuracy of the company's decision-making by emphasizing Wu Hui's appointment and the diversity of the board. Zhao Ming also elaborated on the company's listing plan and competitive strategy. By introducing the specifications and performance of the Honor 100 Pro, he showcased Honor's efforts and achievements in technological innovation, as well as optimism about the future development prospects.
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