We just talked you regarding the recently released octa-core Kirin 620 chipset by Huawei for its mid-range handsets. Well, it seems that the upcoming Huawei Glory 4X, scheduled to launch on December 16th along with the Huawei Honor 6 Plus, is all set to host it and the handset has appeared in four different images before launch. Well, the images show the device to be hosting a very conventional Chinese phone look skinned with Huawei’s own design style.
This is basically an plastic body mid-range segment phone having sort of unusual back cover pattern. With the two phones to be launched next week, Huawei seems to be finishing this year in style launching smartphones with their own 64-bit processors and pitching up the competition against Qualcomm that is all set to arrive with its 64-bit chipset soon.
Looking to its specs, the Huawei Honor 4X is expected to have a 5.5inch 720p display supported with an octa-core Kirin 620 chipset. The device would have two RAM memory options of 1GB and 2GB of course both different prices. At its back there would be a 13MP primary camera while its front would have a 5MP secondary camera. The device would be running Android 4.4 KitKat topped with its own Emotion UI. The 1GB variant of the device is likely to be priced at $130 while its 2GB variant for $162. Huawei has really upped the ante of competition to its Chinese counterparts like Meizu and Xiaomi in affordable segment rane. We would get you with more details once the news is official.