HONOR for Knights trademark filed in India with Madhav Sheth as proprietor

HONOR, the smartphone brand separated from HUAWEI in 2021, is set to make a comeback in India after a year. HONOR has filed a new trademark called “Honor for Knights” in India.

The trademark application number is 5976635 and belongs to the category of smartphones/tablets. The trademark filing includes a product description that covers various mobile phone accessories such as cases, straps, covers, chargers, speakers, battery chargers, and other related items.

Interestingly, the registered proprietor of the trademark is Madhav Sheth, the former CEO of realme India.

Sheth has been associated with rumors of joining HONOR since June, even before he left realme. It is anticipated that several director-level executives from realme’s online and offline divisions will also join Sheth at HONOR India.

Fueling speculation about his involvement with HONOR. Sheth had hinted at the collaboration through his Twitter bio with a phrase “When is the KNIGHT coming?”.

Although the trademark filing does not provide specific details about the upcoming product, it suggests that its launch in the Indian market is imminent. As time progresses, more information about the development will likely emerge.