If China wants to stop people saying that it makes cheap phones, Huawei isn’t helping its case. But on the plus side, the Chinese mobile manufacturer’s latest Honor 2 handset crams in huge specs for a very small price.
The Honor 2 not only has a 4.5in display that crams in a Retina Display matching 326ppi, but also speeds along with 2GB RAM and a 1.5GHz quad-core processor. Chuck in an 8MP/1080p camera, 8GB storage with microSD expansion, and a huge 72 hours standby time and you’d expect a wallet-busting price. But Huawei's managed to stuff in that spec list for a mere 1,888 yuan – or £185. No word on its international release as yet – but it’s probably worth the shipping cost at that price.
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