It seems all the budget smartphone makers are sailing on the same boat together. After Xiaomi's Redmi 2A, which comes with double the RAM and storage space of its predecessor Redmi 2, Lenovo launched a big brother of A7000, dubbed A7000 Plus.
On Monday, Huawei launched a new edition of its budget smartphone, Honor 4C by doubling the storage space of the existing model.
Gizmochina reports, the bigger brother of Huawei Honor 4C packs 2GB RAM and 16GB device storage with memory expandability. Except the storage, the latest Honor 4C will retain the five-inch, 720x1280 pixels display and come powered by home baked octa-core Kirin 620 processor.
Powered by a 2,550 mAh battery, the latest Honor 4C will feature a 13MP rear camera sensor and a 5MP front snapper.
Huawei has announced the device to be available by September 15 in China for 799 Yuan. Hence, the device is expected to be available in India shortly.
Lenovo also launched a powerful variant of its budget smartphone A7000 in Philippines. Dubbed A7000 Plus, the device packs the identical 5.5-inch display but has increased its resolution from 720P to 1080P. Another major improvement of A7000 Plus is it houses 16GB storage instead of 8GB seen in the earlier edition.
Lenovo A7000 Plus also packs a processor with a little higher clock speed than its earlier edition and runs on Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system. Powered by a 3,000 mAh battery, the A7000 Plus houses a 13MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera.