Huawei Glory 4 leaks out with eight count ’em eight cores

Jamie Feltham
November 26, 2013

The end of the year is a nice break for handset leaks, but someone didn’t tell that to Huawei. Time for a look at the Huawei Glory 4.

MyDrivers has uncovered a leak of the Chinese company’s latest phone. The Huawei Glory 4 is said to be a budget smartphone for the company’s home market, but it’s got some eyebrow-raising specs behind it.

Apparently the phone packs MediaTek’s MT6592 chip. That’s a processor with not two, not four but eight cores. That earns it the rather awesome name of octa-core. Then there’s 2GB RAM, 16GB of storage and a 13-megapixel camera. Not bad for something that’s meant to be in the budget range.

It’s expected to run Android 4.2 with a 720p display. No word on when it will all be made official, though if it’s true then it may go by the name of Honor elsewhere.

Source: MyDrivers via UnwiredView

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