The mid-ranger Huawei Honor Holly 2 Plus debuted in India
Huawei, which is one of the biggest manufacturers on the Chinese market, has just introduced a new smartphone of the Huawei Honor line, the Huawei Honor Holly 2 Plus in New Delhi, India. The device is the successor of the mid-ranger Honor Holly that debuted in 2014. The new smartphone sports a 5-inch IPS HD screen. The case of the handset is made of polycarbonate with textured back cover. In the heart of the model is ticking a quad-core CPU with MediaTek MT6735P chip with 64-bit architecture and Mali 720 GPU for the graphics.
The processor works in a configuration with 2GB RAM. There are 16GB of internal memory. MicroSD cards can be added for expansion of the native storage with up to 128GB. Huawei Honor Holly 2 Plus arrives with Android 5.1 Lollipop running out-of-the-box. On top of the platform is working Emotion UI, developed by Huawei. The primary camera of the handset is a shooter with 13MP resolution and LED flash on the back plate. The 5MP camera on front is for video calls and selfies. Honor Holly 2 Plus is a dual-SIM model.
It supports a wide choice of connectivity, like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, 3G and 4G LTE. The battery of the new phone is a large 4000mAh cell. Among the extras that users get with the device is a 15 months manufacturer warranty and 30 days of display replacement, both out-of-charges. The Huawei Honor Plus 2 is available in the classic white and black versions. The price of the device is not officially confirmed yet, but the expectations suggest that it will cost less than INR 10000 ($145). It should land on the shelves of retailers next month. Huawei is yet to announce where the phone will be officially released except India. Would you buy the mid-ranger if it is available in your country? Share with us.