Huawei has officially released the Honor 4C lineup smartphones. There have been plenty of rumors about these devices for a long time, so its good to see all the three models go official.
First of all is the Honor 4C. From the specs point of view, we can consider this as the upgraded version of the glory 3C. The phone is equipped with a 5-inch 720p screen, providing 2GB of memory, equipped with Hass unicorn 620 octa-core 64-bit processor, while the China telecom version comes with the Snapdragon MSM8939 processor. In addition, the phone features a 2500mAh capacity battery, front 5MP + 13 million pixels rear shooter.
The Honor Pad features a body thickness of 8.5mm, the whole device weighing about 278g) is equipped with a 7-inch flat display (resolution of 600 × 1024 pixels). The tablet is equipped with Spreadtrum SC7731G 1.2GHz quad-core processor, built-in 1GB RAM and 16GB of storage space, built-in 4100mAh capacity battery, interestingly, it also supports 3G talk (provided Micro SIM card).
Finally Huawei Play Pad Note is equipped with a 9.6-inch 800 × 1280 screen, body thickness of 8.3mm, the overall body weighing about 430g. Also, the tablet offers Micro SIM card slot (no call). Its powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor and 1GB memory, built-in 5MP rear camera and 4800mAh capacity battery, unfortunately, both the two tablets running Android 4.4 system.
As for the price, the Play 4C starts at 799 Yuan, Honor Play Pad starts at 599 Yuan while the Honor Play Pad Note starts at 999 Yuan.