Huawei’s e-brand Honor today launched a new budget smartphone Holly 4 in India. The Holly 4 will be available in grey, gold and silver colors, at a price of Rs 11,999, starting from October 3, across the company’s 30,000 retail points spread across 400 cities and towns pan-India.
Measuring 8.2mm in thickness, the smartphone features 5-inch 720p display, 3GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage which can be expanded by up to 128GB with a micro SD card. The Holly 4 has a 3,020mAh battery and is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 octa-core 64-bit processor.
The Holly 4 sports a 13MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera and comes with Timelapse, slow motion, Pro Video, Pro picture modes. The device will be bundled with a 5V/1A charger, 3.5 mm handsfree with inline call button, and standard USB-A to microUSB cable. The Honor Holly 4 will come with standard 12 month service warranty.
“Holly 4 is part of our festive offering to consumers wanting to buy a great device in a budget. Sporting a sleek, elegant metallic design with a fast fingerprint sensor we are confident that this smartphone will be a big winner said P Sanjeev, Vice President – Sales, Huawei Consumer Business Group India.
The Holly series has received good response from consumers in India and has been highly gratifying and with the latest Holly 4, the company is certainly upping our game in the competitive sub-15k segment.
Chinese smartphone maker Huawei also surpassed Apple for the first time in global smartphone sales consistently for June and July.
According to Counterpoint Research's latest 'Market Pulse for July 2017', Huawei now hold the second spot after the South Korean giant Samsung globally.