Honor has announced a new 5G smartphone, the View40, and partnerships with global semiconductor companies, including Intel and Qualcomm, revealing that the company is no longer subject to US restrictions after spinning off from former parent company Huawei Technologies Co.The View40, unveiled at a launch event on Friday, is the first new phone from Honor since being sold by Huawei, which lost access to Google apps and services when the US put the company on its so-called entity list in 2019…


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