Huawei Honor

Huawei Glory 6 leaked photos hint at fingerprint sensor

Huawei’s upcoming Honor smartphone, which has seemingly been leaked beyond recognition, has new pics leaked from a China-based website, basically confirming some of the stuff about the rumored phone that we already know. The Chinese gadget manufacturer’s Honor line of phones, also marketed elsewhere in the world as the “Glory” line, is set to take a major leap up with the rumored octa-core beast the Glory 6.

Huawei Honor 6 scheduled for June 24

Huawei has something big in store this month, and looks like it is confirming at least one rumor. On June 24 at the Beijing National Stadium, it will be revealing the next iteration of its Honor smartphone, also known as Glory elsewhere, and it seems that it will be skipping a few numbers and will call it the Honor/Glory 6.

Huawei Honor 3X and 3C smartphones get an official unveil

Huawei has announced a pair of new devices for the Honor lineup. This time around the announcement included the Honor X3 and Honor 3C which feature a 5.5-inch and 5-inch display respectively. They both also have a display that tops out at 720p in terms of resolution. Huawei did pack the Honor 3X with an octa-core processor and also touched a bit on why they opted for 720p as opposed to going 1080p.

Huawei Honor 3 images leak along with full specs

If you like what you saw from Huawei's recently announced Ascend P6 smartphone, but are on a budget, the newly leaked Honor 3 could be what you had in mind. Some new photos have revealed the 3rd round in this devices history along with all the specs, and it is aiming to be a pretty well-rounded mid-range phone from the manufacturer.

Huawei Honor 3 coming next month to rival the Galaxy S 4 in China

Huawei hasn't been in the news as much lately regarding their smartphone push, but a new device has apparently leaked a few times and was even mentioned by their own CSO, which is supposedly coming soon. The Huawei Honor was decent back in 2011, but after a few changes the all-new Honor 3 looks to take on Samsung and others in the Chinese market.

Huawei Honor spotted at the FCC with AT&T bands

One of Huawei's most popular mid-range phones, the Honor (also known as the Glory, or the Mercury on Cricket) may soon be headed to AT&T. The phone was spotted going through the storied halls of the Federal Communications Commission, seeking certification for a US release. The phone had radios compatible with AT&T's 3G and HSPA+ bands. As always with FCC filings, that doesn't necessarily mean it's coming to any particular carrier - phones are often certified for the benefit of showing them off to potential partners.

Cricket seeks Honor and Glory with freshly renamed Huawei Mercury

Huawei continues its American push, this time landing the Mercury on budget regional carrier Cricket. The 4-inch Gingerbread smartphone will run a single-core 1.4GHz processor on a 4-inch screen, and the impressive addition of an 8 megapixel camera. Cricket customers can pick up a no-contract Mercury now for just $249.99.
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