After Lenovo and Samsung, it's Huawei's new phone that has appeared on the Chinese certification site TENAA. It's the Honor 4X that is being questioned, today. According to the FCC equivalent certification site. The new Honor smartphone comes with a 64-bit processor.
Thus, you can expect the new Honor phone to be released in the market soon. If you are wondering, the new Huawei Honor is a 4G-LTE smartphone. Although, it is the model number Che1-CL20 that has been spotted on the site, speculations are being made that it could be officially launched as Huawei Honor 4X.
The site further reveals a couple of more information regarding the specs of the handset. According to the site, the upcoming handset will be powered by a 1.2Ghz Snapdragon 64Bit processor with LTE support for FDD and TD networks. The smartphone will also support TD-SCDMA, WCDMA, CDMA and GSM networks. The Honor X4 is m mentioned to have a 5.5-inch 720p HD display.
Apart from the processor, the TENAA listing also reveals the presence of 2GB RAM, an SD card slot for memory expansion and Android 4.4 KitKat OS. In the imaging section, the phone looks like it will be a photography capable device. It features a 13 mega-pixel rear camera and at the front it has a 5 mega-pixel snapper.
Huawei hasn't spoken about the handset until now and the official price and availability remain to be unknown as well. However, speculations being made online suggests that the handset will cost around 800 Yuan.
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