Huawei has released three teaser pictures of an upcoming Huawei Honor 3C Play - a quad-core smartphone for just CNY 599 or €72. The teasers take jabs at Apple's logo, implying you can have it better for less cash.
The specs of the Honor 3C Play are somewhat downgraded compared to the existing Honor 3C - a 5" IPS 720p display, a MediaTek MT6582 chipset with a quad-core 1.3GHz Cortex-A7 CPU, 1GB of RAM, 4 gigs expandable internal storage and an 8MP rear camera. The Android version in charge of the Honor 3C Play is 4.2.2 Jelly Bean with no word on KitKat upgrade.
Here are the three teaser images:
So, Huawei Honor 3C Play will be launching soon in China for CNY 599 (€72 or $97) and no matter the cheap price tag it will deliver snappy performance. Huawei should be releasing more official details, pictures and availability details very soon.
If phone is from a reputed name, good, cheap. What is the sense end users not to get benefitted. Why apple, samsung. American products are of good quality but not everyone can afford them. Samsung is crap. It has old designs, slow home made processor...
Biting Apple in the sense of sales numbers, not the speed.
better? what is ur definition of 'better' in smartphone? built from plastic crap? or useless octa cores but still lagging ??