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The Chinese invest in the Moroccan telephony market

After other Chinese manufacturers of mobile phones, Honor enters the Moroccan telephony market. Huawei, a Chinese giant specializing in network and telecommunications equipment and services, has recently launched its successful smartphone on the national territory: Honor 8X.

It is in Redington Morocco, the multinational specialized in the marketing of IT solutions and consumer products, that the distribution and marketing of the latest range of smartphones of Chinese in Morocco and Africa fall.
The opportunity for its Director General – North Africa -, Karim Galzim, to highlight the technical specificities of the device he has presented as “comfortable and convenient to use” at a meeting held recently in Casablanca. This, in the presence of the Vice President of the manufacturer Honor, Shawn Xiabo, who has not extorted praise on the latest in a series that continues to meet with success.

Honor 8X is equipped with Kirin 710 octacore processor. The device also plays the card of excellence in terms of performance and autonomy. It is distinguished from other products in the same range thanks to a smooth navigation, a quick opening of applications, good software optimization, 4 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage and a high capacity battery allowing the device to hold up to ‘to 42h in communication.

“Its 3750 mAh battery allows a fairly massive use of the phone. This is possible because it is managed in an intelligent way: the processor puts a few battery-consuming applications to sleep each time the phone is not connected, “he continued.

The other plus, not least: “Honor 8X is the only phone that has been TÜV Rheinland certified for eye comfort,” he said, explaining that he has the intelligence to change settings by reducing blue light rays to prevent eye fatigue.
Now available throughout the country, this gem of technology with significant dimensions, in the form of a 6.5-inch full-screen screen “Borderless”, and advanced options is marketed at a price of 2990 DH.

“We made a huge effort in relation to the price that was very well negotiated for the Moroccan market,” noted Karim Galzim noting that “nowhere else, you find a product of the same range at such an aggressive price.”
“Our goal is to provide our customers with a very affordable and affordable phone with the best possible features,” he said, ensuring that the device “stands out as a mid-range smartphone that has nothing to envy his elders”.

Karim Galzim also recalled that “Honor’s philosophy is to attack the market by directly addressing young people (spirit) who want to go beyond and therefore surpass themselves. The product we have presented today will just exceed all the limits and expectations compared to those of the same segment available on the market.”

Created in October 2014 by Chinese Huawei, Honor continues its breakthrough in the highly competitive smartphone market around the world. The brand, which designs smartphones “powerful for an excellent price/quality ratio”, has chosen to enter the national market via this device and does not intend to stop there way.

Indeed, this release is only a first step that will no doubt expand the telephony market in Morocco. Honor intends to stand out through other products that will be presented as they are produced. “The brand will present each time its new products on the market,” promised Karim G.

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