Huawei grab our attention with a little 4 Play

huawei honor 4 play

Huawei had a huge day today, as well as the launch of their Extreme Edition Honor 6, they also announced the 64Bit Huawei Honor 4 Play.

Huawei have teamed up with Chinese E-commerce giants JingDong for the launch of the Huawei Honor 4 Play, a 5-inch smartphone which will cost Chinese customers a cool 699 Yuan (or 799 Yuan for the WCDMA version).

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Donā€™t turn your noes up at that low price though as Huawei have used their buying power to really do us proud. This is a 64Bit smartphone using a Qualcomm MSM8916 processor with LTE support. The initial launch version of the phone has only 1GB RAM, and 2000mAh battery, our instincts tell us that a 2GB RAM model will eventually be available too.

Huawei Honor 4 Play

Chinese customers will be able to start pre-orders on 16th October at 10am.

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  1. Nicholas Polydor
    October 13, 2014

    “giant JingDong… 4 Play… ”

    Huawei did a good job teasing the announcement for so long šŸ˜‰

  2. realjjj
    October 13, 2014

    This sounds more like a relaunch for the 4 Play.

  3. Andy
    October 14, 2014

    Jiayu G4 copy.