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Huawei Honor review


Phone makers love to take pride in the extravagant names they give their products, but it’s likely that the Huawei Honor is more to its creator than just a decently-specced handset. After all, the introduction of the Honor — followed by last week’s announcement of the super-slim Ascend P1 S — appears to represent a shift in the OEM’s overall product placement strategy. Huawei has done a great job finding customers in emerging and prepaid markets, but now it has its sights set on cranking out noteworthy phones that will gain the attention of anyone looking for a high-end device.

Based on its laundry list of specs, the Honor isn’t a high-end handset compared to some of its LTE and dual-core competitors. And yet, it’s still the best device Huawei’s offered to date, and it’s clear the company’s upcoming phones are only going to get better. So we’re really eyeing the Honor as a step closer to the OEM finally realizing its ultimate goal. Does it live up to its name? Can the Honor play with the big boys, or is it nothing more than just an outward indication of the company’s future? Read on to find out.

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Huawei Honor review originally appeared on Engadget on Sat, 21 Jan 2012 09:35:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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