Huawei launches Honor smartphone with three day battery


And 4-inch screen, with 1.4GHz CPU

Popular manufacturer of Orange and Vodafone mobile phones Huawei has unveiled the Honor handset, with a large screen, fast processor and a long, long battery life.

Huawei is well-known for making mobile phones for company’s such as Orange and Vodafone, with the Orange Stockholm and Vodafone Smart – where the Honor is set to be their first flagship handset, with a set of specifications that rival those of HTC, Sony Ericsson and Samsung devices.

The Huawei Honor will arrive with a 4-inch FWVGA 16:9 high-definition capacitive touch screen, whilst powered by a 1.4 GHz processor, with an 8 megapixel HDR camera, a 2 megapixel front-facing variant and running from the Android ‘Gingerbread’ 2.3.5 OS.

This handset is due to tip up with a svelte 10.9 mm thin body, weighing in at just 140grams with a large 1,900 MAh battery that delivers power up to a three day existence and from a single charge – the longest seen with a display of this size.

The Honor is set to ship with an exclusive Huawei user interface that’s easier to customise and manage, with a dynamic weather widget.

No prices have been announced as yet for the Huawei Honor, only that the phone will be commercially available in the UK in 2012 but One Mobile Ring expects the phone to be affordable priced.

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