Due to launch in Asia, China, the Middle East and Russia some time in December, the Huawei Honor is a 4-inch Android Gingerbread-powered smartphone with some honorable specs. The Chinese Telecoms company probably don’t ring many bells with the average consumer but Huawei have a solid track record stretching back to the late 1980s and with the Honor handset they’ve produced a viable challenger to those found from rivals Samsung, HTC and Apple. It features a 1.4 GHz CPU, 512MB of RAM and DLNA capabilities. Theres also support for video calling thanks to the addition of front and rear cameras.
Internal memory begins with the onboard 4GB of ROM, which can be expanded by up to 32GB thanks to a microSD slot. Of course you’ll find all the standard inputs and sensors such as an accelerometer, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, compass and gyroscope. The substantial 1900mAh battery will provide a staggering 3 days of runtime, which is easily a day longer than what you’ll get from the iPhone 4 and indeed most other handsets on the market. A 2012 UK and US launch seems very likely at this point however there is currently no official word just yet on pricing so stay tuned on this one.