Design-wise, the new Honor doesn’t differ too much from the older model. It’s just slightly bigger, since it houses a 4.5 inch HD IPS display, instead of a 4 inch WVGA one.
The smartphone features a K3V2 quad-core processor clocked at 1.4GHz and manufactured by Huawei. It also comes with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (most probably upgradeable to Jelly Bean), an 8MP backside illuminated rear camera, 2GB of RAM, 8GB of internal memory, MicroSD card support, and a 2,230 mAh battery.
As you can see, this is truly a high-end device, unlike the quad-core ZTE U950 presented earlier today.
The Huawei Honor 2 will cost about $300 when it launches next month across China, in both black and white. It should be released in other markets, too, but there’s no official word on this at the moment.
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