SHENZHEN, CHINA – Huawei has unveiled another high-end smartphone, the Huawei Honor 2.
The Android device packs the company’s in-house K3V2 1.4GHz quad-core processor, under a 4.5-inch, 326 ppi, HD touchscreen display, as opposed to its predecessor, Honor, which had a single-core chip and a 245 ppi display.
The phone also features an 8 MP camera that is able to take burst shots and record video in full 1080p HD. The Honor 2 brings 2GB of RAM and 8GB of storage capacity on-board, besides a microSD slot for expanding the memory. The company says this smartphone lasts 72 hours on stand-by time.
The Huawei Honor 2 is priced CNY 1 888, or approximately US$ 302. It will first go up for pre-order in China in this very week.