FCC Takes a Hard Look at the Huawei Honor, Headed to Cricket as the Glory


Huawei’s upcoming Android flagship has just passed through the FCC, leaving a significant amount of visual evidence in its wake. The phone listed by model number M886 and known as the Honor is also indicated for a US Cellular release under the name Huawei Glory. Its CDMA 800 / 1700 / 1900 radio is noted. The Huawei Honor / Glory will also feature a 1.4GHz single-core CPU, 4-inch 854×480 display, and 512MB of RAM. An 8MP camera is complimented by a 2MP front-facing snapper. A November release looks likely.

[via Engadget]

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  1. release with ICS? Doubtfull, but one can hope for the sake of combating fragmentation

  2. Still single core, but it looks like Huawei is stepping up their game. It’d be nice to see a small newcomer step up to the big leagues if they can prove their worth.

  3. Wouldn’t be too bad if Cricket didn’t cap you at 1GB.

  4. Hauwei is terrible hardware model!! Sorry Hauwei! Samsung, HTC, LG, Sony are the best…… T mobile G2 aka HTC Desire Z

  5. 512 ram is fail…

  6. looks like a nice mid level android phone.. not bad.. lacks a couple specs tho

  7. Good to see the budget companies are only a year behind the contract ones now. This thing is pretty much an htc evo 4g, just without 4g, lol

  8. Xiaomi is better.

  9. Xiaomi seems to have better hardware 3ghz (Dual Core 1.5ghz+400mhz gpu) and 1gb ram but no front camera but really good price and 8mp back camera. Hard to decide.

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