Huawei has launched a new budget smartphone as part of its spin-off Honor business.
The Honor 4C is the company’s latest offering, and is set to price up at a mere CNY 799 – that’s about £85.
Unfortunately, it’s a China-only release - at least for now – so UK Honor fans may be disappointed to hear that the device actually has decent specs for the price.
For a start, you get a 5-inch 720 x 1280 pixel resolution IPS display, which isn’t bad for an ultra-low end handset.
Powering the Honor 4C is an octa-core HiSilicon Kirin 620 processor apried with 2GB of RAM.
It’s also got dual-SIM slots, a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera, LED flash, and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera.
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There’s a lowly 8GB of built-in storage, but you can pad this out by a further 32GB thanks to the microSD slot.
All this is juiced up by a 2,550mAh battery pack, which should proffer a respectable battery life considering the low-power processor and basic HD display.
Huawei’s Honor handsets aren’t strangers to UK shores, but it’s not clear whether this specific device will make it to Blighty. Fingers crossed, eh?