Review: Huawei Honor
They have launched some pretty decent smartphones and are doing well. The company has also started venturing abroad and marks India as one of their biggest markets. They had recently launched the Honor smartphone in India, and we got our hands on the device.
The microUSB is at the bottom. The smartphone has a grippy plastic back cover thanks to the speckles and the back also hosts the 8MP camera with LED flash and the speaker.
The app drawer is the same stock one as we have seen on Ice Cream Sandwich on the Galaxy Nexus. The lock screen not only unlocks your handsets, but also has shortcuts to your calling app, messages and camera app. You can also control your music from the lockscreen. There is also a dedicated backup app that allows you to backup your data and apps.
The handset is blessed with a nice 8MP camera that can take decent shots and can make videos in 720p resolution, yes there is no 1080p recording.