On the 10th of June, as per the leak made by Mukul Sharma, a well-known online leaker, it has been revealed that Honor, a popular smartphone brand, has recently filed applications for two trademarks, namely C1 and CarConnect, in India.
This latest development has once again reaffirmed the earlier report by ET, indicating that Honor is all set to make a comeback in the Indian market.
The tweet by Mukul Sharma further elaborated that the Honor C1 is an autonomous chip that has been developed by Honor itself. This chip is designed to enhance the 5G network signals and was first introduced in the Honor Magic 5 series of mobile phones that were launched back in March of this year.
Here’s another dot connecting the Honor’s India comeback. The company has filed the trademark for Honor C1 (the company’s self-developed independent chip that’s said to intensify 5G signals) – this, by the way, debuted with the Honor Magic 5 series, so we might get to see their… pic.twitter.com/yI8WGgLA60— Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) June 9, 2023
It is worth noting that the C1 chip is an innovative and pioneering radio frequency enhancement chip that has been developed by Honor. This chip incorporates a multi-standard antenna fusion tuning algorithm that can significantly improve the performance of a 2.4GHz WLAN single-antenna transceiver by up to 17%.
Moreover, it is capable of increasing the Wi-Fi rate by an impressive 200%, making it an ideal choice for users who demand high-speed internet connectivity.
There were other unconfirmed leaks as well which stated that Realme VP Madhav Sheth might leave Realme to join Honor India’s restarted operations. Though we would take every leak with a pinch of salt right now!
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