by Lucian Armasu, 1 year ago
I’ve been watching Huawei lately, and I like to compare their rise in the smartphone market with the rise of HTC. Just like HTC, they were once just an OEM for other companies, making phones…
With Huawei’s attempts to enter the US market, it is only a matter of time before it chooses to pair up with a carrier. Recently though, the Huawei Honor was spotted filing an FCC with AT&T’s HSPA+ and 3G bands. Even though this isn’t a definite thing yet, its involvement with AT&T carrier is already being considered as a huge possibility; that and its availability through online retailers.
One of the reasons why people are attracted to the Honor is because it is a mid-range device that comes pretty cheap. Apart from a beautiful design, it also has a powerful hardware. Operating with a 1.4Ghz Qualcomm processor, the device has lavish specs such as a 4-inch, 854x480p screen display, 51MB RAM, 4GB on-board storage, 8MP camera with 720p video capabilities, and even a microSD card slot. Moreover, the Honor is the first device to receive the Android 4.0 update. So yes, it will be the latest software version when the phone finally launches.
As of this writing, the Honor is widely available in different markets throughout the world and has been reported to be doing well. With AT&T rumors circumventing the net, will you be picking one up if it does?