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August 26, 2014

Huawei out cheaper Honor 3C Play, priced at Php4,000+

Huawei Mobile has recently launched a toned-down version of the Honor 3C which is conveniently called Honor 3C Play Edition.

Honor 3C PLay Philippines

So as to not confuse anybody, the “Play Edition” moniker is just a coincidence (or a marketing gimmick, whichever you want to look at it) and doesn’t mean that this new wallet-friendly smartphone is actually a GPe device.

As for its specs, the Honor 3C Play comes with a 5-inch display with 720p resolution, a quad-core MediaTek processor with 1GB of RAM and has a generous 16GB of internal storage.

Honor 3C Play Edition specs:

5-inch HD (1280 x 720) IPS display, 294ppi
1.3GHz MediaTek MT6582 quad-core CPU
Mali 450MP2 GPU
1GB RAM
Expandable 16GB of internal storage
Up to 32GB via MicroSD card
8 megapixel rear camera with LED flash
2 megapixel front camera
Dual-SIM, Dual-Standby
3G/HSPA+
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n,
Bluetooth 4.0
GPS, A-GPS
Android Jelly bean (4.2) with Emotion UI
2,000mAh battery
Dimension: 142.2 x 72.3 x 9.4 mm
Weight: 156g

The new Huawei Honor 3C Play Edition is expected to make its market debut very soon and will be retailed for CNY599 or just a little over Php4,000. It’ll be interesting to see how this smartphone will stack up against the it contemporaries in the local scene.


21 Responses to “Huawei out cheaper Honor 3C Play, priced at Php4,000+”

  1. hotandwet says:

    ang kompetisyon ay lalong umiinit !!

  2. Paul says:

    Correction po, the gpu is supposed to be Mali 400 Mp2 and not Mali 450 mp2

  3. Toron says:

    Habang tumatagal major players wants a piece of chunk in the affordable and low cost segment of the cellphone industry, were in local brands thribe. Now it will all boil down to quality and quantity of the product as well durability and after sales services. In which the leading brands specifically in the low cost/affordable segment falls short. :-D

    • tukneneng says:

      “Habang tumatagal major players wants a piece of chunk in the affordable and low cost segment of the cellphone industry, were in local brands thribe. Now it will all boil down to quality and quantity of the product as well durability and after sales services. In which the leading brands specifically in the low cost/affordable segment falls short. :-D”

      ano daw yun? nakainom ka ata ng ipinagbabawal na amoy!tagalugin mo nalang ansakit sa mata ng ingles mo! at saan mo hinugot mga pinagsasabi mo.

    • dyesklerd says:

      Thribe?? Ano yun tribu…shet kusto ko na tusukin mata ko ng BBQ stick kakabasa neto. Pa english english pa at m alam pa segment at chunk maling mali naman ang construciton. Ma hiya ka naman. Maling mali!

    • tutturu~~ says:

      WOW MANONG, ENGLISH PA MOAR!!!
      magiimprove ka din…. sana

  4. wolbstambling says:

    capitalism as it should be! a free market para mas maganda at mura ang specs. di tulad ng broadband naten, lol. pinatatakbo ng dictador kaya panget at mahal.

  5. jayrwafu says:

    nice move for huawei… ganun talaga ang china.. kahit maliit un tubo… makabenta lng

  6. jay says:

    wow! taas ng internal

  7. Jordan M. says:

    OMG!!!!! Kakabili ko lang kahapon ng CM Flare S3 kahapon!!! *cue “Bakit Ngayon Ka Lang”*

    • EJ says:

      Na excite ka ata masyado kuya. Redundant much? HAHA :D

      Anyway, ok naman yang Flare S3 mo kuya. Looks + Specs for 4k, aba pwedeng pwede na. Tsaka feeling ko pagdating nito dito, BAKA tumaas yung price.

  8. bude says:

    Gorilla glass?

  9. nick says:

    where to buy this? ang mahal parin kase sa mga malls eh. naka standard price parin sila.

  10. Pat says:

    OH MY GUARRRDDD ang baba ng price haha, ano kayang sagot ng local brands hehe.

  11. Shane says:

    ayos toh ah, hehehe, sige lang gusto ko na ang mga nagyayari sa smartphone industry natin, good quality, good specs, at ang pinaka maganda low price. hehehe,
    let the Smartphone war’s begin, kahit anong magyari, panalo ang mga consumer dito, ang company na hindi makakasunod sa agos ng industriya, naiiwan, hehehe

  12. StriderBerto says:

    ayos to! nag-iipon pa naman ako para sana sa zenfone 5 or redmi note, mukhang madadagdag to sa mga pagpipilian ko ah heheheh!!

  13. mas-ok-ba? says:

    mas ok ba quality nitong huawei kaysa CM ?
    Flare 3 kasi ang katapat nito

    meron ba dito na may experience na mag pa repair sa huawei?
    ok din ba naman ang service center ng huawei?
    bibilhan ko sana ang anak ko, na nagtitiis sa 5800 niya hanggang ngayon, naawa na ako sa kanya.
    2nd year I.T. na siya 5800 pa rin celfon niya, ang pinaglumaan na ni mama niya.

    please answer my question naman po.

    salamat

  14. freeeee says:

    wag umasa na 4k lang yan pagdating dito. nasa 5-6k SRP nyan sa pinas.

  15. jaed says:

    OK naman yata any service center ng huawei eh.. Ma’s OK na cguro to kesa sa cm hehehe. . dami issue ng mga units. . prang di dumadaan sa QC mga units Nila. .
    .

  16. bm says:

    Babaan n ng price .yan ang mganda s cherry super baba sunod tuloy sila

  17. excited says:

    ayos yan. yung mga nagsasabi na tataas presyo nito. HINDI NA TO TATAAS. 4k na srp niyan. $57 or around 2.5k lang talaga yan pag ni-launch dito sa Asia. Pag pinatungan edi 4k na.

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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