Huawei Honor Review
The smartphone comes with a 1,900mAh battery, which might seem like much, but delivers the rather average six and a half hours of talk time. Stand-by time is a little less than 16 days, which is not a bad figure.
Probably the biggest advantage of the Huawei Honor is its great value-for-money ratio. It can be bought for about $370 off contract, and at that price point, no other brand name company would be able to match its specs. However, you get what you pay for, so you will have to get used to its not-so-sensitive display and hope that your camera is free of glitches, not to mention that the device feels cheap and plasticky.
If you insist on having a relatively big display, you can also check out the LG Optimus Black and the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc, and if 3.7-inches of display real estate would be sufficient, we can also recommend the Sony Ericsson Xperia neo, or Xperia pro.
Software version of the reviewed unit:
Model number: U8860
Android version: 2.3.6
Baseband version: 404020
Kernel version: 220.127.116.11-perf
Build number: U8860V100R001C00B859
Huawei Honor Video Review:
- Good interface
- Built-in cloud and back-up features
- High-resolution display
- Good value-for-money ratio
- Plasticky feel
- Flawed camera
- Display is not sensitive enough
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1. zheking posted on 26 Mar 2012, 06:22 0 1
Who the he'll would buy this if the Sony Ericsson xperia arc s is almost the same price
3. Raymond_htc posted on 04 Jun 2012, 08:34 0 0
its better and faster than the Arc S. Don't follow branding, follow product.
Huawei Honor Review - Performance and Conclusion