Honor has been authorized by Microsoft to sell laptops pre-installed with Windows 10 system

Previously, Microsoft suspended its cooperation with Huawei due to the US Department of Commerce’s ban, including removing Huawei equipment from stores and suspending authorization of Windows systems.

However, at the end of last year, Microsoft’s application to the US Department of Commerce was approved, and mass software used by individuals and businesses can continue to provide authorization to Huawei.

The Honor brand originally owned by Huawei has now been sold and completely separated from Huawei, and Huawei no longer holds any shares in New Honor.

This means that Honor’s software and hardware licenses need to sign a new agreement with the supplier, such as signing a Windows system license with Microsoft.

According to a report from China Daily, Honor has signed a global agreement with Microsoft. According to the content of the agreement, Honor has obtained Windows 10 authorization.

This means that the Honor can launch laptops equipped with Windows 10 systems worldwide, and will not be affected by other factors in the United States.

Honor said that the new Honor MagicBook notebook equipped with Windows 10 system will be released early next year, followed by MagicBook Pro.

These devices are not only equipped with Microsoft’s operating system but also use Intel’s mobile processors. They will also be sold in overseas markets after being sold in the Chinese market.

Zhao Ming, CEO of Honor, said: “Honor is pleased to reach a global cooperation agreement with Microsoft. Through mainstream operating systems and technologies, we will bring consumers PC products with outstanding design, powerful performance and first-class experience. Honor insists on taking consumers as the core and maintaining a fully open attitude and will work together with global industrial chain partners.