Huawei today introduced two new Android smartphones at a press event in China. Part of the company’s Honor-series, the new smartphones are called Honor 3X and Honor 3C. The company has not revealed the availability details for any of the smartphones but interested consumers in China will be able to pre-order Honor 3C beginning tomorrow at JD.com or VMall.
Talking about Huawei Honor 3X (leaks pegged the name to be Honor 4) first, the smartphone is powered MediaTek’s new octa-core platform and comes with features like 5.5-inch 720p HD IPS display, 13MP rear camera, 5MP front shooter, 2GB of RAM and 3000 mAh battery. The phone also packs dual-SIM support and the usual set of connectivity options.
The phone will sold for 1,698 Yuan ($280) in China. The pricing details are unclear for other markets.
Next up is Honor 3X’s cheaper cousin – Honor 3C. The phone comes with Android 4.2, 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek processor, 2GB of RAM, 8MP rear camera, 5MP front camera, and 2300 mAh battery. The phone also sports a smaller 5-inch 720p display and will be available in both 1GB RAM and 2GB RAM variants. The 1GB RAM version will be sold for 798 yuan ($130), while 2GB RAM variant will go for 998 yuan ($160).