Huawei Honor Spied, Could be European Flagship Model
Huawei might not be a major player in the Android industry just yet but that won’t stop them from trying. The Chinese handset maker routinely releases entry-level and mid-range devices that have a broad market appeal but typically do not put out anything in the upper echelon. That looks to be changing now as a new model, the Honor, has been spotted in the wilds bearing some high-end hardware.
According to Land of Droid, the U8860 runs Android 2.3 and comes with a 1.4GHz processor, 4-inch FWVGA LCD display, and 5-megapixel camera (720p video). All in a thin 9.9mm body and with a ridiculous 1930mAh battery. Unfortunately, the device only offers UMTS 900MHz / 2100MHz bands, so it’s not likely you’ll come across one of these any time soon. However, for those living in Europe and Asia, you’ve got one more Android to consider!
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