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Honor confirms launch of Smart Life products, for next September 26



Honor confirms launch of Smart Life products, for next September 26


Notably, the news of the September 26 Smart Life event also comes after the previously announced image technology conference for September 22, which hints at potential upgrades to the Magic3 series camera system.

‎A honor just announced that it will have its product launch conference Smart Life to the 26th of September. During this event, the company will announce several new smart devices and products.‎

‎The Chinese smartphone maker made the announcement earlier today, with its official event slogan being “Pursue Beauty Wisely, Connect Life with Technology”. Notably, news of the event Smart Life 26 September also arrives after the previously announced imaging technology conference for September 22, which hints at possible upgrades to the series’ camera system. Magic3. Looking at the poster image shared by the company, we can see various smart products like laptops, TVs, tablets and more.‎

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‎In other words, we can expect to see the brand announce some new products within these segments at the next event later this month. Furthermore, while the company had announced the Honor Watch GS 3 at a launch event in August, the smart wearable has yet to be officially launched. So, we could also see the official launch of this smartwatch too, which has an 8-channel PPG sensor that uses an AI algorithm and an AI engine to accurately measure the heart rate.‎

On the 22nd of September, the company will hold the conference Magic3 Imaging Technology in China.‎

‎Although the Chinese tech giant has revealed the date of the conference, it has yet to reveal more details about the event. Although, in an official post on the Chinese social network Weibo, the brand stated that its Magic3 series was very well received, especially with regard to its camera capabilities. And now, the company is apparently looking to further improve on this aspect of programming. In the caption of the Weibo post, Honor mentioned the word “communicate” for the lens and even shared an image as well. The company did not reveal more details, but suggests deeper-level integration of software and hardware to provide a better photography experience.‎