Honor is set to reenter the Indian market

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Just two months earlier, we reported that the CEO of Realme was leaving the company. Reportedly, Madhav Sheth served for five years at the company. He joined Realme as CEO and served for about three years, from 2018 to 2021. Later on, he took charge as Realme VP and President of the Realme International Business Group. The CEO announced on Twitter that he would be bidding farewell to the company.

Recently, we have come across some interesting pieces of information regarding the former CEO of Realme. As per recent pieces of information, Madhav Sheth has joined Honor India. When it comes to the Honor market in India, the company retreated in 2020 from the Indian Market. Since then, the company has not debuted any new smartphones in the region.

Well, this is not going to change since the company claimed that it would soon be re-entering the Indian market. In addition to this, Madhav Sheth took to X (Twitter) and announced that he will now be serving at Honor India.

Three years ago, Honor introduced its last smartphone to the Indian market. Since then, the brand has been in charge of PSAV Global’s operations in India. For the past three years, only smartbands, tablets, and laptops have been offered by the Noida-based company as Honor products in India. As per the information, PSAV Global has a network of 100 distributors and 5,000 dealers in the local Indian market. Rumors suggest that the company will debut the Honor 90 and re-enter the Indian market.

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