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!

Via: Engadget

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