In the end of October, Chinese mobile manufacturer Huawei unveiled an Android powered handset, Honor 2. Now, it is reported that FCC has approved the handset bearing FCC ID: QISU9508 and it looks like the handset will also be available outside of its native China and might look to North America.
The Huawei Honor 2 features with a 4.5-inch IPS display with a 1280×720 resolution and 326 pixels per inch. The handset is running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich powered by Huawei’s own K3V2 Quad-Core Processor clocked at 1.4GHz, 2GB of RAM, an eight megapixel rear-facing camera with BSI back-illuminated set to record 1080p Full High Definition Videos, 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera to make 720p HD video calls, 8GB internal storage and is expandable up to 32GB with microSD card. The handset also has a Dolby 5.1 surround stereo sound, 3.5 headset jack and a 2,230mAh battery which can provide 72 hours of stand by time on a single charge. We can access Google play Store and a whole host of Google services.
The Huawei Honor 2 is already available in China with a price tag of 1888 Yuan (which is around $300). However, there’s no official information regarding its availability, we expect that the handset will be available in other regions. Stay tuned.