The Huawei Honor 2 has been announced, and unlike the first generation Huawei Honor, the second generation smart phone brings some great specs to the table for the price the Chinese consumer electronics giant is asking. The first generation Honor was not such a hit. But that has not stopped the manufacturer from bringing out the second generation. If you are a person who would less money for some really great specs (which you would probably be), then this could be the smart phone for you. Let’s have a look at what the smart phone offers.
To begin with, the Huawei Honor 2 has a beautiful 4.5 inch LCD IPS touch screen display with HD resolution. The smart phone is expected to come with 1 GB or 2 GB of RAM, and 8 GB of internal memory. The company has decided to include its own 1.4 GHz quad core K3V2 processor under the hood. Also, the standard 8 mega pixel camera on the back of the smart phone is maintained. The operating system might not be the latest one, but it comes with Android 4.0, which is Ice Cream Sandwich.
Of course, there may be a manufacturer user interface overlay on the operating system, and there is some pretty good chance that you might not like it as it might not be so polished as the Samsung TouchWiz or the HTC Sense user interface. But then, you have the option to install any third party launcher app and be done with that. So the user interface should not be a problem for most users.
All this for 1,888 yuan, which translates to about $300, which is really a good price tag for the hardware the smart phone possesses. But, there is one more thing we are not certain about. The company has released the smart phone only in China, and there is no word about an international launch of the device. Even if it gets launched internationally, there is no guarantee that the price will remain $300.
Source: Android Authority