Honor 3C, a sequel to the Honor 6 (review here) launched in Berlin in October, will be available in stores from 24th November.
The dual-sim phone priced at £109.99, will arrive with a 5” LTPS HD display and a 1280 X 720 pixel resolution. It will also feature a 2300mAH battery with a patented power saving technology that will provide 300 hours standby time to the phone.
Lars-Christian Weisswange, Managing Director Marketing of Honor Europe commented: “With a price point of only £109.99 the Honor 3C is made for a digital audience who demand for new technology at affordable prices. The smartphone is at the center of this always-on generation’s lives, keeping them connected with their world 24/7.”
Priced to capture the mid-range smartphone market, the Honor 3C will continue to run on the 4.2 Jelly Bean. It will also feature an 8MP primary camera and a 5MP front camera. The internal hardware is not expected to break any barriers with a 2GB RAM, 8GB in-built memory and a 1.3 GHz processor.
So, just before Christmas, if you are looking for a smartphone around the £100 range with a better-than-usual battery life, the Honor 3C is just the ticket.