Huawei makes some great high and mid-end handsets. The Chinese giant recently unveiled its enticing Nova and Nova Plus line just a few weeks ago, and I desperately want one. But what it also does well is create solid budget-oriented handsets that combine premium features with an affordable price tag.
From what you can see, it comes with a dual camera setup, and much like its predecessor, it also packs a fingerprint reader. From TENAA certification notes, it’ll come with 4G LTE support, a dual-SIM tray, and Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Huawei will likely skin this with its custom Emotion UI layer, which frankly, sucks.