Mar 04

Honor is the first Huawei premium Smartphone, created to serve as a less expensive alternative, but equally well equipped for handsets for leading companies such as Samsung or HTC.

Housed in a very appealing aesthetically package, Huawei Honor offers a 4 inch capacitive screen, single-core processor at 1.4 GHz, 512 MB ​​RAM and 4 GB ROM. Gingerbread Android interface is shown at 800 x 480 pixels and assisted by the accelerometer for auto-rotation, ambient light and proximity sensors.

Configuration includes two cameras, an 8 MP one and another of 2 MP, FM radio receiver, A-GPS, Wi-Fi b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR. To transfer data to PC we have at our disposal microUSB connection and DLNA technology that allows us to capture video directly on a TV screen. Storage is provided by attaching a microSDHC memory card, which supports capacities up to 32GB.

Apparently, all these facilities will be out of pocket just for $300 because Huawei chose to not abandon the strategy that brought success on Smartphones market.
Huawei Honor will be released later this year, initially in China, Russia and the Middle East, reaching in other regions, including Europe, at a later date.

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