The Huawei Honor 2 smartphone was announced back at the end of October and since then we have heard very little. The original announcement did include the specs and pricing along with word of availability — only for those in China. But on that note, a recently discovered FCC filing suggests that the handset may be coming to North America. Unfortunately for those looking for LTE devices, this will not be one to consider.
Nonetheless, a nicely priced 3G handset should still hold some appeal. And with that, the FCC filing for the Huawei Honor 2 shows support for 3G on the 850MHz, 1,700MHz and 1,900MHz bands. In other words, the Honor 2 would have 3G support for a wide variety of U.S. and Canadian carriers.
The catch here, this is assuming Huawei decides to move forward with a release. Or perhaps more important, that any of the U.S. or Canadian carriers would want to offer the Honor 2. Simply put, just because we have an FCC filing showing support, nothing is official until we hear from the carriers.