Huawei, on Friday, has revealed its new Android phone in China, in the form of Huawei Honor 3. The new 4.7-inch handset is successor of company’s earlier released Honor and Honor 2 smartphones.
As you would expect, the new Huawei Honor 3 houses some decent specs, as do other 2013 smartphones, albeit its display goes HD at 720p resolution. But otherwise, it’s a powerhouse of 1.5GHz quad-core Huawei K3V2E processor, 2GB RAM, 8GB of expandable memory, and a 2,150 mAh battery inside. The Android version 4.2.2 of Jelly Bean is running the show. There’s a 13-megapixel back shooter with LED flash, along with a 1.3-megapixel front-shooter.
Usual connectivity features on the phone include Wi-Fi and HSPA+ support. That’s not all though, Honor 3 is also waterproof and comes with IP57 certification.
At the moment, the phone is available for purchase in China only for 1,888 yuan (circa $300); but a global launch yet has to be confirmed. Check often with us for more on the matter.