Chinese manufacturer Huawei is steadily breaking into the UK mobile phone market, and the company’s latest release, the mid-range Huawei Honor 3, is clear demonstration of this.
Although the Honor 3 has been labelled a mid-range smartphone, it doesn’t offer necessarily sun-standard specs. With a 4.7-inch display, the device is powered by a quad-core 1.5GHz processor, will have 2GB of RAM, and runs the latest version of Android.
What’s more, in line with previous Huawei smartphones such as the Ascend P1 and Ascend P2, the Huawei Honor 3 will feature an impressive camera, packing a whopping 13 megapixels into its rear-facing lens.
Not only do the Honor 3’s specs look pretty good, but the device also doubles up as a semi-rugged phone, being both water and dust resistant. Its screen is super-sensitive, and allows users to activate the device’s touchscreen even with wet hands.
Like most Huawei devices, it’s not yet understood whether the Honor 3 will make it to the UK, though the device is expected to be released in China sometime this month.