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Huawei Honor 2 launched in China, now packs 1.4GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM and more

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Huawei, in China today has unveiled the follow-up to its Honor smartphone series by unveiling the Huawei Honor 2. Everything about the handset seemed to be an upgrade of its predecessor. Its processor for instance is now Huawei’s K3V2 1.4GHz quad-core processor. A big leap from the single-core processor of the predecessor. Then there’s also 2GB of RAM and 8GB of storage, an 8MP BSI camera sensor with burst shots and full 1080p video capture, a microSD card slot, a 4.5-inch display (1280 x 720) with 326 dpi. Incidentally, that DPI matches that of the retina display. Huawei also said that the standby time of this handset can last up to 72 hours. If those are not enough to wow you, wait until you hear about its price – it retails for around $300 in China. Now, hopefully, Huawei brings this device internationally as it seems to match up with other high-end smartphones in the market today. No words yet on when this will happen though.

Via [Huawei Device]

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