It was not too long ago when we talked about the release of the Huawei Honor 3C over in China. This happens to be an affordable quad-core smartphone that will not break the bank – far from it, if you want to bring one of it home. In fact, it has been positioned to be one of the main rivals of the HongMi handset over in its home country, China. In fact, the Huawei Honor 3C has done extremely well for itself, having recorded a whopping 1.5 million reservations in just 36 hours or so, after being made available that way at 10am on 17 December 2013. The reservation for the Huawei Honor 3C will close this coming Christmas Day, so there is still plenty of time left for you to place a reservation.
Just to recap, the Huawei Honor 3C will come with a 5-inch 720p HD display, a quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, an 8-megapixel camera at the back with a 5-megapixel shooter in front, and Android Jelly Bean as the mobile operating system version of choice. Apart from that, its relatively low price point of around $130 after conversion should have something to do with the high reservation figures. Reserving it does not mean that you will have to pay for it, as you can still opt out eventually, at least in China.