Huawei Honor 2 serves up super specs for a wallet-friendly £185

The Chinese phone maker has packed in 2GB RAM, a quad-core and a 326ppi display – and at a price that won't break the bank

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.

[via Engadget]

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