Back in September, Huawei launched the Honor, running Gingerbread 2.3.5. Again, in December, the company became one of the first OEMs to demo Ice Cream Sandwich on an already launched device, which was also made available (ICS) for users to try out. And now the company has launched the Honor in China, running Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box. Fast. And impressive.
Here are the specs, in brief –
- Android Gingerbread 2.3.5 OS
- 1.4 Ghz processor
- 4.0 inch 16M 16:9 true color FWVGA capacitive touch screen
- 8 megapixels auto focus camera supporting HDR, with 2 megapixels front-facing camera
- WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1, DLNA
- 512M RAM + 4G ROM memory with a memory card slot up to 32GB
- Micro USB 2.0 port
- Assisted GPS support
- 160GB network capacity CloudDrive
- 1900 mAh battery
There’s nothing much new on the table. It’s just that the device comes with the latest version of ICS out of the box. What it means to users not in China? Your Honor should get the ICS update sooner than most of the other devices of well established brands.