Huawei’s sub-brand Honor recently launched its premium flagship the Honor View 20 and now the company is ready to launch four new devices including the Honor 9S, Honor 8S, Honor 10i, and Honor 8A Pro.
Honor 8S and Honor 8A Pro have reportedly received certification by the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) whereas Honor 10i has been certified by the Chinese certification body TENAA, and the fourth device slated to come out is Honor 9S which has been trademarked in Argentina.
Though it cannot be said for sure, it’s very likely that the Honor 9S might actually be the global variant of the Huawei Enjoy 9S, a device that was earlier launched in China, or it may be a new phone altogether.
Since it is only a trademark of the name, the listing of the device does not reveal any details or specs of the phone. Since the listing has been issued in the name of Huawei Technologies and its Argentinan counterpart, therefore, it is most likely to debut in Argentina first than in any other country.
If the upcoming Honor 9S is actually the rebranded version of the Huawei Enjoy 9S, we are expecting to see a 6.21-inch display along with the mid-range Kirin 710 chipset and a triple camera setup on its back.