Huawei is recently join the quad-core handset party by introducing the new Huawei Honor 2. This handset will immediately replace the old Huawei Honor, the first model that announced last year.
In terms of design, Huawei Honor 2 look exactly the same as it’s predecessor. It is currently sports 4.5″ HD IPS screen. This should be a great improvement compare to the previous model, which only posses 4″ WVGA screen.
Deep under Huawei Honor 2 chassis, you should be able to locate Huawei’s own K3V2 quad-core processors that clocked at 1.4GHz, 2GB RAM, 8GB internal memory, microSD card slot, and 2,230 mAh battery unit. Other important specs include 8MP rear shutter and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. This should be a great alternative for those of you who interested to own new quad-core device.
Huawei Honor 2 will become commercially available in China next month. Available in black and white version, this handset will be priced at $300. Off course it will be released in other market as well, but there is still no word on release date at the moment.tags: Android 4.0, Honor 2, Huawei, Ice Cream Sandiwch, Pricing details, quad-core, Release date