New value priced Huawei Honor to be introduced tomorrow?

New value priced Huawei Honor to be introduced tomorrow?
A new Huawei Honor smartphone, code named the Hol-T00, has been certified by TENNA, China's version of the FCC. The manufacturer is expected to hold an event tomorrow, at which time we could see the phone introduced. This is not expected to be one of those beastly devices as it is believed that Huawei will sell the model for 500-600 yuan ($80-$100 USD).

So what are you getting for your hard earned cash? How about a 5 inch screen with a resolution of 720 x 1280. Under the hood is a quad-core 1.3GHz MT6582 MediaTek processor, and inside is 1GB of RAM with 4GB of native storage. Android 4.2.2 is pre-installed (no typo, sorry!). The phone runs on GSM and TD-SCDMA bands, which means it is earmarked for China Mobile, but could be offered internationally if Huawei so desires.

At 9.45mm thick, this is not a pocket stuffer like ye olde Sony Xperia X10 mini (16mm thick), but it is no Gionee GN9005 either. You can check out pictures of the phone from its TENNA certification, by clicking on the slideshow below.

Thanks for the tip, Zami!

via: HuaweiNews


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