Huawei U8860 Honor
Excellent screen for budget device.
8 MP snapper.
Quick Qualcomm chip inside.
UI is intuitive and very functional.
Excellent battery life.
Built-in cloud and backup features.
High resolution display.
Multiple keyboard input options.
Plastic design feels a bit cheap.
Display is a real fingerprint magnet.
Only 1 GB of on board storage.
Looks a bit too much like the iPhone.
Camera is strictly ok.
Display is not sensitive enough.
Screen doesn't fare well outdoors.
Preinstalled apps you can't remove.
Lags at times.
Keyboard takes some getting used to.
By GadgetSpeak on October 04, 2012
While the name of Huawei might not be one of the first names that trips off your tongue when the subject of manufacturers of Android devices is taking place, the company is determined to change that perception with some new products. Recently I took a...64
By V3.co.uk on August 14, 2012
A solid smartphone but build quality is let down by poor, out-of-date...60
By CNET UK on August 13, 2012
The Huawei Honor won't impress Android fanboys or design buffs, delivering as it does the older Gingerbread version of Google's operating system on a generic plasticky slab. Battery performance is good, but sadly, web browsing is sluggish and...60
By Tech2 on June 16, 2012
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By FoneArena on June 13, 2012
The Huawei honor is definitely a good phone and has good UI that runs smooth and has some nice features such as lock screen shortcuts. Hope we can expect much more better experience from the upcoming ICS update. 2GB user memory is sufficient to...-
By TechSmart.co.za on May 28, 2012
Chinese ICT (information and communications technology) provider Huawei may not be at the summit of the device manufacturers list that users consider when thinking about their next Android smartphone, but the firm is looking to change this with...-
By Tbreak.com on April 02, 2012
For everyday usage the Huawei U8860 works well. The call quality is just fine and so are the volume levels. I didn’t have anyone complaining on the other side of the line and I could hear everyone as clear as any other phone. The unit operates at...80
By Phone Arena on March 26, 2012
Probably the biggest advantage of the Huawei Honor is its great value-for-money ratio. It can be bought for about $370 off contract, and at that price point, no other brand name company would be able to match its specs. However, you get what you pay...60
By TechCentral on March 12, 2012
Published: Monday March 12, 2012 MYT 2:19:00 PMUpdated: Monday March 12, 2012 MYT 2:29:17 PM Huawei answers the call for an affordable mid-range smartphone. THE most entertaining aspect of this particular smartphone, I must confess, is its name...80
By Mobile88 on March 12, 2012
All in all, for a no nonsense smartphone that's a little easier on the pocket, you can't go wrong with putting the Huawei Honor on the shortlist of...-