The key to Huawei’s imminent dominance in the smartphone industry is the introduction of a variety of handsets that cater to a wide range of consumers. So with that in mind, the Prism II and Honor 3 smartphones are on the way and hope to give people the best bang for their buck. First off, the Prism II is a follow-up to the original T-Mobile Prism smartphone and will aim to cater to the budget crowd. It comes stuffed with a single-core processor, 3.2MP camera, an HSPA+ radio and Jelly Bean 4.1 fired up. While there’s no concrete price just yet, the device is listed on the T-Mo website and should arrive some time in the immediate future with a sweet price tag for prospective customers.
The Honor 3 on the other hand, plans to cater to a more mainstream crowd. In addition to a Android 4.2.2, the device will utilize a quad-core 1.5GHz processor, 2GB of RAM, 720p display, 8GB of on-board memory and a 13MP camera. Unfortunately this device doesn’t appear to be headed to the States, though it should see an imminent release in other markets soon.
source: Unwired View