Huawei has finally released its Honor 5A in China after months of speculation. The launch comes just a few weeks after the Chinese telecom equipment certification authority TENAA cleared the device a few weeks ago. It is the successor of the Honor 4A that was released in July 2015.
The Huawei Honor 5A will be available in two variants, the standard version with a price tag of 699 Yuan (around Rs. 7,100), and another version priced at 799 Yuan (around Rs. 8,100) specific to China Telecom, Unicom and other networks, according to VMall (via The Indian Express).
The device sports a 5.5-inch HD IPS display with 720x1,280 pixels (267 ppi pixel density), measures 154.3Ã—77.1Ã—8.45mm in dimension, weighs 168 g, powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor clocking at 1.2GHz and runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow on top of Emotion UI 4.1.
The Huawei Honor 5A also comes packed with a 16GB internal memory expandable up to 128Gb via microSD card, a 2GB RAM, a 13MP main camera with LED flash, an 8MP front camera with 4P lens, and a 3,100mAh removable battery.
In terms of connectivity, it supports 4G, 3G, Bluetooth, WiFi, GPRS, GPS and Glonass.
The device will be up for sale on June 17 in China. However, the company is yet to announce its availability in other markets, including India.