Huawei’s subsidized company Honor announced a new addition to its smartphone lineup in India namely Honor5C. The smartphone will hit the shelves later this month for a price tag of INR 10999. The Honor5C is the latest Metal Body smartphone in the company's mid-range offerings, which is also a successor to the yesteryear Honor 4C. Read more
Huawei's e-brand Honor announced the Honor5C smartphone in China at the end of April 2016, which was specially designed for mid-range buyers. The Honor5C is the third all metal unibody smartphone from the company, comes after Honor 7 and Honor 5X. Read more
Huawei has introduced their new flagship smartphones during the special event earlier this month, the Huawei P9 and P9 Plus. Later on, the company announced P9 Lite smartphone for some regions in Europe. However, it's the time to witness the company's sub-brand Honor devices — it launched Honor5C smartphone earlier today in China. The device packs punch under the hood despite of its mid-range tag. Read more
Huawei's sub-brand Honor has introduced its latest Android smartphone, the Honor 5, along with the company's flagship Honor Note 8 Phablet at an event in China. The Honor 5, as the name suggests, it is the toned down version of the Honor 5A that was launched a couple of months ago. Read more
Honor T1 7.0, a 7-inch 3G enable voice calling tablet has been launched in India today for a price tag of INR 6999. The tablet offers pretty good features and specs in terms of its asking price. In addition to the Honor T1 7.0, they also launched full metal Honor5C smartphone for folks in India. Check full details here. Read more
2016 introduced way more budget smartphones than any other year before, so it is obviously tough to decide which one to buy. People usually think that they need to sacrifice a lot when they talk about the smartphones, which typically costs under INR 10000 but we have got top 10 list that will ask you to sacrifice very little to none for the affordable price. Read more
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