The Honor 3C is a sub RM 1,000 phone from China’s Huawei that could be a hit to those looking for a “Value for money” smartphone. Let’s have a look at the phone.
As you can see from the OS itself, it’s one of those new Android devices that uses an iOS-like interface. Very colorful icons and no app drawer, I remember first seeing such UI on Lenovo’s Vibe series.
That aside, the Honor 3C comes with a removable battery cover. It comes in grey, champagne, white, yellow, pink and light blue.
It has an 8MP camera with LED at the side.
The the lock / power button and volume control are placed on the right side of the phone for convenient access. No buttons on the top.
The speaker is placed at the lower right side of the back panel.
Under the hood is a long 2300mAh battery, placed along the available slots that supports Dual SIM cards and MicroSD expansion.
On the next page we have the benchmarks.
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