News by Luke Jones on Tuesday July 21, 2015.
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Huawei has launched a new smartphone today and it is the latest from the company to offer solid specs for an affordable price tag. In fact a very affordable price tag, under $100 in fact, making the new Honor 4A very much a budget device.The Chinese company is offering a high standard package for that enticing price point, although the specs are of course at the lower end of the market. The Honor 4A does come with a 5-inch 720p display, a 64-bit Snapdragon 210, the baby of Qualcomm's new range, and 2GB of RAM, plenty to handle the Android M update when it arrives. Other specs include 8GB of internal storage, micro SD card support, a 2200mAh battery, dual SIM capabilities, an 8 megapixel rear camera, a modest 2 megapixel front facing lens, and 3G or LTE versions. The normal 3G version will start shipping for just $98, while the LTE model will cost $112. Both handsets are likely to only release in China, although Huawei may surprise has and bring it to Latin America, Asia, and Europe, the company?s other markets.
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