Huawei Honor pops up at FCC, possibly AT&T bound

Huawei Honor pops up at FCC, possibly AT&T bound

As Huawei moves toward the U.S. market, the Huawei Honor was spotted in an FCC filing, with AT&T’s 3G and HSPA+ bands. While that doesn’t mean that it’s destined to AT&T, there’s a possibility that it will either hit AT&T or will be available via online retailers.

The Honor is a mid-range device featuring a beautiful design with powerful body, and it’s cheap as well. Also it’s the world’s first device to receive an Android 4.0 update, so it will have the latest software when it launches. The Honor is available in different markets worldwide and it’s selling well. As for the specs, it comes with a 4-inch, 854×480 display, a 1.4Ghz single-core Qualcomm processor, 8MP camera with 720p video capabilities, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of on-board storage, and microSD card slot.

So if it hits AT&T, who’s going to pick one up? Tell us about it in the comments!

Source Android Community

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  1. Marco Ruiz
    February 02, 09:47 Reply

    It’s a pretty good phone. Hard to be competitive in these times though…

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