Honor employee who lost an Honor smartphone prototype in a train. This is giving the biggest worry to the company who is now seeking help from people to find the unannounced device.
The Huawei-owned Honor took to Twitter asking for help in finding the lost prototype. The company said, "On Easter, Monday, April 22, 2019, an Honor employee lost an Honor smartphone prototype while travelling on Deutsche Bahn Intercity-Express trip #1125 from Düsseldorf (at 6:06 a.m.) to Munich (at 11:08 a.m.). The prototype is in a grey protective case which conspicuously disguises the camera with a cover.”
The employee who lost the smartphone while travelling on Deutsche Bahn Intercity-Express to Munich on April 22 when the ill-fated event happened. Now the company has issued a statement and set a reward of whopping 5,000 Euros (which is roughly Rs. 3,91,000 in Indian currency) for the person who would return the device to the company safely.
It is speculated that the lost device is the Honor 20 Pro, a smartphone rumored to be launching soon. The high reward on the lost device seems to be so that the company can guarantee its safe return, as a would-be thief would find it much easier to just give it back, rather than attempting to sell it off.