Chinese phone-maker Huawei doesn’t have its fame limited just to the region, it’s quite well-known globally, thanks to their flagships which have decent specifications. The Huawei Honor 2 was a huge hit in the region and now, Huawei has announced an upgrade of the flagship – the Huawei Honor 3.
Huawei doesn’t go for Qualcomm or Intel chipset, instead they make their own chipsets, one of which is featured in the giant Huawei Ascend Mate. This one features Huawei’s K3V2E chipset, an upgrade over the one used in the Huawei Ascend Mate. The rest of the specifications are as follows:
The device costs CNY 1,888 ($310/€235) and is available for purchase right over Huawei’s official website.