Honor 5C specifications

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Huawei’s subsidiary company, Honor, today announced its next smartphone, the Honor 5C. It’s available to purchase today, and priced at €199/£149, it’s a hard one to pass up. Don’t let the price fool you. With a 5.2-inch Full HD display and Kirin 650 octa-core processor, the Honor 5C runs and feels like a whole lot more than a budget phone. It goes without saying: the Honor 5C is a pretty stellar package for those on a budget.

Hit the break for the full spec sheet.

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The Honor 5C is official with 5.2-inch Full HD display, Kirin 650 processor and a €199/£149 price tag

Honor_5C-TA (27)Huawei’s budget brand, Honor, held a virtual launch for the Honor 5C via Facebook Live with a live Q&A session afterward, which was an interesting way of doing things. The Honor 5C is an impressive handset with a 5.2-inch Full HD display, Kirin 650 octa-core processor, aluminum frame, and a €199/£199 price tag. Join us after the break for the rundown. Read more

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Allo and Duo get new icons ahead of official release

Allo_and_duoIt seems like when Google announced Allo and Duo, they weren’t quite finished with the project. If you keep up with Google that probably won’t shock you, but it’s still fun to see the small changes that happen right up until a project is “finished.” The latest tweaks for the pair of messaging apps has to do with the icons, and it appears Google has changed the color scheme a bit before both apps are officially released. Read more