Huawei has always been known for its affordable range of Android budget smartphones. To up its owe ante even further, the company is set to unveil its highly spec-ed smartphone, dubbed Honor, soon. Some of its known specs include a 1.4GHZ processor, a 4-inch touchscreen and 8-megapixel camera. More details down below:
Android Community - The main camera has autofocus and takes HDR images, while the front-facing camera runs to 2-megapixels. There’s triband UMTS/HSPA+ (900/AWS/2100) along with quadband GSM/EDGE, WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth2.1+EDR, as well as GPS/A-GPS, an FM radio, all the usual sensors and DLNA support.
One minor shortcoming is the RAM, which comes in at 512MB where we’d liked to have seen 1GB. 4GB of ROM and a microSD card slot are available for user-storage, and the 10.9mm thick chassis has a microUSB port and dual microphones. Huawei will throw in 160GB of cloud storage, too, while the battery is a 1,900mAh pack.
Price is rumored to be at US$300 unlocked and SIM-free. In a price-sensitive and -competitive consumer segment, this is excellent news, considering that phones with similar specifications are priced much higher. The Honor is said to surface in China, Russia and the Middle East in Q4 2011 this year. No information is known about when it will come to our sunny island, but we should be expecting it to come soon too.
Source: Android Community