Honor 5A makes a visit to the TENAA, specs and pictures revealed
It seems the company is gearing up to refresh the line with two new handsets this year around — a honor 5A and honor 5A Plus. The two phones have been certified by Chinese agency TENAA, and have had their specs revealed to the public.
The regular 5A has a 5-inch display with a 720 x 1280 resolution, a quad-core CPU, clocked at 1.3 GHz, 2 GB of RAM, and 16 GB of internal memory. So far, not much of an upgrade, save for the doubled storage space. The new honor 5A will also get a new main camera sensor, bumped up to a 13 MP resolution, while the selfie snapper remained at 2 MP. It is to be powered by a 2,200 mAh cell and will come with Android 5.1, not 6, out of the box.
The honor 5A Plus has a larger, 5.5-inch display, but the same 720 x 1280 resolution. It has an octa-core, 1.8 GHz CPU for some more power, but still comes with 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage. The battery has also seen an increase to 3,000 mAh capacity, and while the phone retains a 13 MP resolution on its main camera, it also gets a better selfie camera with an 8 MP sensor.
There's no word on availability and price, but it's obvious that the two handsets are intended for the affordable device market, and it's very probable that they will be only sold in China – the honor 4A was only available there.