Honor 5C launched in India for ₹10,999
Huawei’s sub brand Honor has officially launched its latest smartphone honor 5C in India. The device is a successor of Honor 4C, which was launched back in 2015. The Honor 5C was first made available in China in April this year and now starting from June, it is launched globally including India and Europe. Though in Europe it lacks the fingerprint sensor.
Honor 5C consists full metal body and curved edges to offer better grip. It packs a 5.2″ full HD display with 1920×1080 resolution, making it cheapest Honor device to sport high definition display. It is powered by 2.0GHz Kirin 650 octa-core processor built on 16nm FinFET Plus technology that offers better performance with lesser power consumption. The multitasking is handled by 2 GB of RAM and the storage option includes 16 GB of ROM with further expansion via micro-SD card.
The photography is handled by 13 MP rear camera and 8 MP selfie shooter. The device boasts 2nd generation fingerprint scanner which offers the unlock time of just 0.5 second. The Honor 5C runs on Android 6.0 with Huawei’s own EMUI 4.1 laid on top. It is kept awake by 3,000 mAh battery and that is rated to deliver 19 hours of talk time and lasts upto 610 hours on standby. The device will be exclusively sold via online channels Flipkart and Honor store. The registration starts from today and the sales are stated to begin from June 30.
Honor 5C is priced at ₹10,999. The Chinese company offers three color options to choose from – Silver, Gold and Grey. Honor is also promising free screen replacement for the first month and a standard 15 months manufacture warranty.