Summary: Huawei has recently unveiled a new Android smartphone, the Huawei Honor. On the surface, the Huawei Honor looks much alike with the Samsung Galaxy S II. The device has a 10.9mm thin at its thickest point and weighs approximately 140g.
Summary: For the asking price - around £200 SIM-free and unlocked - the Huawei Honor represents amazing value for money. It’s a good-looking and capable device which proves the Chinese company is ready to make big waves in the smartphone arena
Pros: Fast, attractive and won’t break the bank
Cons: Screen is sometimes unresponsive, camera could be better
Summary: The Huawei Honour may have a low price but it boasts a colourful, sharp display and impressive eight-megapixel snapper. Its single-core processor can cope with most modern games and apps but keen gamers will want to search out a dual-core device for futureproofing.
Summary: At a street price of Rs. 19,900, the Huawei Honor U8860 is playing with the big boys, like the Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro, Xperia Sola, Galaxy S Plus and the HTC One V. Perhaps its closest competitor is the Galaxy S Plus due to the same screen size. This makes it very difficult to recommend the Honor, since it doesn’t have enough to take any of them down. Like I said earlier, the U8860 would make a very good buy at Rs. 15,000, but not at this price.