Running on Google Android Gingerbread, Huawei Honor features a 1,900 mAh battery, capable upto 9 hours of talk time, 6 hours of gaming and 10 hours of video.
Featuring a 4-inch scratch resistant Gorilla glass and FWVGA display with 245 pixels per inch (PPI), Huawei Honor has a textured scratch-proof back.
With a 1.4 GHz processor and a gyroscope, Huawei Honor packs an 8 megapixel AF rear camera with HDR, permitting users to capture pictures in ultra-bright and low lights. There’s also a front camera for video chatting and 720P video recording and playback features.
The phone is also DLNA-certified, which means it can play content wirelessly on other DLNA-certified devices like digital cameras, game consoles and TVs.
The phone will also allow users blacklist and whitelist calls or protect their SMS from illegal use. Honor comes with a lock screen that has a built-in swift launch to the camera, SMS and phone apps.
The phone also bundles an app called ‘Data Traffic Manager’ which lets users to set their monthly data package budget and offers a summary of data consumption over 2G/3G, WiFi networks and the apps overwhelming traffic. The phone is priced at Rs 19,990 (approx).
The Chinese phone maker has also launched an advanced and improved version of Ideos X5 with Cloud features, a 1Ghz faster processor, FM Radio and 14.4 Mpbs faster download speeds.
Priced at Rs 13,800, the latest Ideos X5 offers 16GB Cloud space to store images, music and books. With Phone Finder, users can distantly locate phone or lock, backup or delete data to prevent phone from unauthorized use. Huawei Ideos X5 comes with a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash and ability to capture 720P high definition HD videos.