We have been spending plenty of time on the upcoming Huawei P8, but what about customers of entry-level devices? Well the Honor Cherry looks to be one to watch.
Huawei’s Honor brand started off life as a budget rival to Xiaomi’s Redmi range, but soon went on to spawn such beauties as the Huawei Honor 6 Plus. Entry-level models will remain part of the line-up though, and the next could be the pick of the bunch.
According to tipsters the Huawei Honor Cherry (as it is rumoured to be called) is believed to be aimed at the emerging Indian and Russian smartphone markets with a retail price of around $250.
Specs for the phone are an octacore Kirin 620 64bit chipset, LTE and a 13 mega-pixel main camera. Those hardware details actually sound very familiar to the Huawei P8 Lite specs that we saw in renders yesterday.
The final detail is the battery. At 2550mAh it isn’t the largest we have seen, but it is said to give up to 80 hours of usage.