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).
Don’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.