The handset packs a quad-core processor developed in China
Chinese mobile phone maker Huawei has a new great smartphone running under Google’s Android operating system available for purchase in China, none other than the device previously rumored to hit shelves under the name of Huawei Honor 2.Apparently, this is the first device coming from the handset vendor to pack inside a quad-core processor that has been developed in the country, and can also deliver appealing features and performance capabilities to its users.
The phone’s CPU has been clocked at 1.4GHz, which is complemented by 1GB of RAM, both working together to provide users with a better, more unified and integrated experience.
The smartphone also features 8GB of internal memory, as well as an 8-megapixel photo snapper on the back, paired with a 1.3MP camera on the front, to provide users with video calling capabilities.
The smartphone features a 4.5-inch touchscreen display that can deliver a 1280 x 720 pixel resolution, and which is also capable of 1080p video playback, as GizChina notes in a recent article.
Basically, the device can provide users with all the imaging, video recording and viewing features that they would like to have around them while on the go.
At the moment, the smartphone runs under Google’s Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, though Huawei might plan the release of an OS upgrade for it in the not too distant future.
The smartphone has been put up for sale in China with a price tag of $379.89 (€290) attached to it, which makes it one of the most affordable quad-core devices in the country.
The performance capabilities of this device have already been put to the test. In AnTuTu, for example, the Huawei Honor 2 smartphone managed to score 15,059, which is highly impressive, one should agree. It can already be seen listed over at Uredeal, it seems.