Thursday, 6 April 2017

Honor Beta program launches in the US

Huawei sub-brand Honor has certainly been a busy bee today. Not satisfied only with announcing the Honor 8 Pro and the Honor 6C for European markets, it's prepared something for its American audience as well. It's not a device, though, it's the Honor Beta program.

This lets you trial pre-release software and hardware from the company, in exchange for "candid feedback". The Honor Beta program has its own Facebook group where all the details are laid out. That said, if you want to join the program you need to fill in the form at this website.

You don't automatically get in. There's an approval process, but to be considered you need to fill in the aforementioned form. If you're selected you will be contacted, obviously. The Honor Beta program is US-only for now. The company says there will be "various opportunities throughout the year" to test new, unreleased stuff. Keep in mind that you may not be picked to test every single device or software release, only a limited subset.

Source: gsmarena

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