I received a review unit of the Huawei Honor (U8660) a couple of days ago and I have been putting it into rigorous use since then. First introduced sometime in September, the Huawei Honor is being touted as a mid-range smartphone but with its specs and features, I will have to say that it doesn’t really belong in that category. I’ll tell you why once I finished writing a full review which I’m going to post on Gadgetell.com in the coming days.
In the meantime, here are some unboxing photos of the Huawei Honor.
The Huawei Honor U8660 box
Here are the accessories inside the Huawei Honor’s box – USB cable, earphone and adaptor plug
The 3.5mm port, power button and volume rocker
The Huawei Honor battery and white back cover
The Huawei Honor in-between the iPhone 4S and Samsung Galaxy S II
My initial impressions of the Huawei Honor? Like I said, this phone should be categorized among the current crop of advanced smartphone in the market today. So far, I’m liking this phone’s form factor which is very similar to the Google Nexus One phone.
- Huawei to begin shipping the Honor smartphone in December for select Asian markets (gadgetell.com)
- Huawei readies its new Honor smartphone running Android 2.3.5 OS (gadgetell.com)