Octa-core Huawei Glory 4 design appears in full glory
Huawei Glory 4 full specs list was outed recently, and it marks somewhat of a break from the homebrew chipset tradition Huawei has established, featuring a MediaTek processor, instead of Huawei's Hi-Silicon brand.
Not any Mediatek, mind you, but the "true" octa-core one that can have all eight cores working simultaneously. These are still frugal but weak Cortex-A7 cores, making the feat possible, and clocked at 1.7 GHz maximum.
The rest of the specs list 2 GB of RAM as standard, 13 MP camera on the back, 5 MP at the front, and an HD display of undisclosed diagonal. Judging from the leaked photos of the handset here, it won't be a phablet, though. The leak mentioned 16 GB of internal memory, but here we see an 8 GB version, with 4.77 GB user-available.
The Huawei Glory 4 is thus shaping to be a midrange phone with decent specs, and a price which Huawei says will be around the rock bottom mark of Xiaomi's Red Rice, which starts off at $130, but will apparently offer much better specs. As for design, we are not so sure.
source: MCA (Weibo)