Huawei just revealed details on its latest high-end Android smartphone called the Honor 2. The Honor 2 brings an in-house K3V2 1.4GHz quad-core chip, 2GB of RAM and 8GB of built-in storage. In addition, the Honor 2 sports a BSI 8-megapixel camera sensor that can deliver burst shots and full 1080p video capture. Throw in a 4.5-inch 1,280 x 720 Retina 326 ppi display along with a microSD slot for storage expansion, and you’ve got one impressive device. The chinese based OEM also touted the phones 72 hour standby time, which is something most of us media folks would love to test out.
Anyhoo, the Honor 2 will be priced at 1,888 yen (around $300) and pre-orders are expected to hit China later this week. Unfortunately, there’s no word yet if this handset will hit the United States anytime soon.