Huawei announced today two new handsets, after a period of speculation. I’m talking about the Huawei Honor 3C 4G and the Huawei Honor 3X Pro. The two are shown below in slides from the official presentation.



The 3C unit comes with 4G connectivity, 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of ROM, while the price tag is $160. There’s also a higher power version, with 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage, priced at $208. As far as the Huawei Honor 3X Pro is concerned, that one packs a Full HD display, 16 GB of ROM and a $272 price tag. Back to the Huawei Honor 3C 4G, that one relies on a quad core 1.6 GHz CPU, a Mali 450 GPU and a 2300 mAh battery.

On top of Android we get the new Emotion UI 2.3 and a special energy saving feature. The maximum speed of this handset’s connectivity is 112 Mbps in download. Both newcomers have a pretty basic design, with a rectangular case, capacitive buttons below the screen and probably some hardcore selfie cameras.


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