It does look as though the folks over at Huawei are working on a new smartphone that some have called it the Huawei Honor H60. The Huawei Honor H60 will be powered by an octa-core 1.7GHz processor, sports 16GB of internal memory, and has a Full HD display to keep it company to boot, accompanied by 4GB RAM, of course, ensuring that this is going to be a mobile powerhouse that ought to zip through your smartphone productivity apps in a jiffy. Details on the Huawei Honor H60 were spotted on China’s TENAA website, which is more or less the equivalent of the FCC in that part of the world.
All mobile wireless devices like smartphones and tablets will have to go through a certification process from TENAA before they are able to go on sale, and as usual, there must be a disclaimer – just because details for a device appears on TENAA’s website, that is not a rock solid piece of evidence to point that the device itself will actually go on sale in due time, although majority of the devices do end up on store shelves shortly after.
Other specifications in the Huawei Honor H60 include Android 4.4 KitKat as the mobile operating system of choice, a 13MP camera at the back, an SD memory card slot for expansion purposes, and 4G LTE connectivity.