Chinese handset manufacturer Huawei has recently announced its new affordable handset Honor Play 4 that comes with NFC on-board and a 64-bit processor. The smartphone is priced just for a $130 approximate price.
At such a low cost, the smartphone offers some really very promising specs like a 5 inch display screen having 1280×720 pixel resolution. At its heart lies a quad-core Snapdragon 410 SoC that is built on the 64-bit architecture. The memory options for the device include a gig of RAM and an 8GB of built-in storage with microSD card support for expandable memory.
The smartphone is expected to go on sale today for $130 through the company’s own Vmall Chinese store with a tie up with China Telecom only at the moment. However, the company has not said any word regarding its plans for the global roll-out to other countries apart from China at the moment. In order to unleash the processing power of 64-bit architecture, it is said that Huawei might upgrade the OS from Android 4.4.3 to Android L. With the 64-bit processing, the computational power used will get effectively reduced due to the ARM Cortex A53 cores.
One of the most impressive feature that comes with the device is a 4G LTE connectivity options and a NFC on-board. Well, with such pretty good features at such a competitive price, we expect the device to make some big noise in the tech market and give its competitors a run for their money.