Huawei Honor Android 2.3 phone launches for £210

What Mobile
June 20, 2012

Hot on the heels of the excellent Huawei Ascend G300, Huawei has released the Android-powered Huawei Honor (or Honour as us Brits will be calling it) in the UK.

The stylish Android smartphone packs a 4-inch Gorilla Glass capacitive touchscreen, 8MP and 2MP rear- and front-facing cameras and runs the Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS.

Launched with a recommended retail price of around £250, you can already find some great SIM-free deals, with retailers such as Expansys offering it for just £210.

When we reviewed the Huawei Honor, we found it to be a great smartphone for first-time buyers, offering gorgeous video playback, comfortable usability and decent performance for the price.

And while Huawei may not be a big name in the UK yet, if the quality of the Huawei Honor and Huawei Ascend G300 are anything to go by, that is sure to change very soon.

To read our full review of the Huawei Honor and see why it’s such a great choice for new smartphone buyers pick up the latest issue of What Mobile, on sale now.

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