Huawei took the wraps off the low-end Huawei Honor 4A
The Chinese manufacturer Huawei officially unveiled a new low-end smartphone for users who prefer an affordable Android-based handset. It is dubbed Huawei Honor 4A. The package of specs might not be full of high-end specs, however it is offering decent features and capabilities for its price of CNY 599 ($96) for the 3G-only variant and CNY 699 (around $112) for the 4G LTE-enabled model.
The screen of Huawei Honor 4A has a 5-inch diagonal with a resolution of 720p. It works with a quad-core processor ticking at 1.1GHz with Snapdragon 210 chip. The platform pre-installed on the smartphone is Android 5.1 Lollipop. As expected Huawei has customized it with its own user interface Emotion 3.1.
The provided RAM in Huawei Honor 4A is 2GB while the assured amount of storage by default is 8GB. The smartphone supports microSD cards and dual-SIM. The primary camera equipped in the Honor 4A lies on its rear panel and has a resolution of 8MP. On the face side of the device is provided a 2MP snapper. The battery that powers the handset is with a capacity of 2200mAh. As we mentioned in the beginning, there are two variants of the model in terms of connectivity capabilities – the cheaper version supports 3G while the more advanced variant is 4G LTE-enabled.
It is still unknown whether Huawei will offer the smartphone to more markets worldwide. We will wait and see.