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Honor 3C Smartphone (5 inch, Touchscreen, Quad-Core, 2GB RAM, 8GB ROM, 8MP rear camera, 5MP front camera, Android 4.2, EmotionUI 2.0) @ Amazon - £109.99

£109.99 @ Amazon
This looks like a bit of a budget bargain! •5" LTPS HD display offers you dynamic rich colors. You see more details thanks to the 69% screen to body ratio •8MP rear camera and 5MP front camera hel…
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This looks like a bit of a budget bargain!

•5" LTPS HD display offers you dynamic rich colors. You see more details thanks to the 69% screen to body ratio
•8MP rear camera and 5MP front camera help you catch and edit your coolest moment with tons of fun tools
•With dual Micro Sim card function, no need to carry two smart phones
•2300mAh battery with patented power saving technology enables you more than one day of heavy use
•The selfie expert: 5 MP Front Camera

The Huawei Honor 3C has been specially designed to fulfill all the aspirations that you have from a smartphone. To make it possible, every feature of the phone has been enhanced - bigger screen, a better processor, a better camera and a stronger battery. In doing so, the elegance and aesthetics have been kept intact so that you can make a style statement with your Honor 3C. Experience clarity with 12.7 cm (5-inch) HD LCD Screen providing you dynamic and rich colors so that you can enjoy lifelike images and videos. The capacitive screen comes to life at the slightest tap of the finger. This highly responsive and less reflective screen takes your smartphone experience to a new high. The distinct round edge design of the phone not only gives it an elegant look, but also makes it more comfortable to hold and experience. The Honor 3C has a screen to body ratio of 69 per cent which makes it an extremely compact smartphone. The upper bezel of 4.5 mm reduces down to 2.2 mm on the side and adds to the compactness of the phone.

The Huawei Honor 3C comes with a 1.3 GHz Quad Core processor that takes your smartphone experience to a whole new level. With the power of this advanced processor at your disposal, you become a king of multitasking. The 2 GB RAM of the Honor 3C works wonders in combination with the Quad Cored processor enhancing your smartphone experience. Whether it is playing online games, downloading and watching videos or sending mails, everything is just a tap away from you. To add beauty to your special moments, we have equipped the Honor 3C with an 8 MP Sony BSI camera.

This is not all, the camera also boasts of a Blue Glass Filter that gives you the luxury of choosing the desired hue for your photos. With a focal length of F2.0, you can easily focus on the detail you want to capture. With the 6 cm Macro View of the camera you can bring amazing clarity and detail in your photographs. For those seamless video calls and selfies, we have equipped the Honor 3C with 5 MP front facing camera that has 22 mm wide angle lens. It comes with a magic preview window for that click. The panoramic selfie feature allows you to click self portraits with optimal backdrops Strong 2300 mAh Battery This smartphone will never leave you high and dry during multi-tasking as it comes with a strong 2300 mAh battery. What makes Honor 3C a truly energy efficient smartphone is the Huawei patented power saving technology that uses the power 30 per cent more efficiently than any other phone. This means that you can play more games, have more talk time and above all get more peace of mind.
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2 Likes #1
great price, but im always wary of these cheap media tek cpu's and their mali gpu's
#2
It is a hot deal. It is a pity though that most of these type of devices run such old software.
#3
I'd rather have the 5" Moto G.
#4
only if was 4g capable as well
1 Like #5
had 2 huaweis. not the best.
#6
you get a lot for your money for this phone. unfortunately "no planned upgrade to lollipop" according to trusted reviews website means that you'd be a fool to choose this over the moto g simply because the big performance improvements of android 5.x (change to using ART runtime most notably) will help to get the best experience.
#7
ssjinzo
only if was 4g capable as well


If you want 4g you could try this; http://www.1949deal.com/xiaomi-redmi-note-hongmi-note-enhanced-version-4g-lte-snapdragon-400-1-6ghz-quad-core-miui-v5-smartphone-2gb-ram-8gb-rom-5-5-inch-hd-ips-screen-white.html

4g and a Snapdragon cpu. Lots of good reviews and supported with custom roms on XDA...
banned#8
steve1221
ssjinzo
only if was 4g capable as well

If you want 4g you could try this; http://www.1949deal.com/xiaomi-redmi-note-hongmi-note-enhanced-version-4g-lte-snapdragon-400-1-6ghz-quad-core-miui-v5-smartphone-2gb-ram-8gb-rom-5-5-inch-hd-ips-screen-white.html

4g and a Snapdragon cpu. Lots of good reviews and supported with custom roms on XDA...

Does it support all UK LTE bands? I really want to try a Xiaomi.
#9
finbaar
It is a hot deal. It is a pity though that most of these type of devices run such old software.
The Moto G and fragmentation of the market has really killed budget smartphone modding.

A couple of years ago people would have been all over this with custom ROMs etc... but now for £100 you can get a phone that's great out of the box. Even the Moto E is under £50 now.

Overall a good thing for Android but pot luck whether the device you buy will have any aftermarket backup if you want root or the manufacturer ROM has bugs/limitations.
#10
finbaar
It is a hot deal. It is a pity though that most of these type of devices run such old software.
The Moto G and fragmentation of the market has really killed budget smartphone modding.

A couple of years ago people would have been all over this with custom ROMs etc... but now for £100 you can get a phone that's great out of the box. Even the Moto E is under £50 now.

Overall a good thing for Android but pot luck whether the device you buy will have any aftermarket backup if you want root or the manufacturer ROM has bugs/limitations.
#11
Yes, a dual 3G sim (not one 3g and one GSM), quad core, 2GB RAM, removable battery, uSD card etc for < £110, leave it please.

Nevermind that all the info you need to change ROM (EMUI, MiUI etc) root and others are easily available (http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2773098).
1 Like #12
bestinthewor|d
steve1221
ssjinzo
only if was 4g capable as well


If you want 4g you could try this; http://www.1949deal.com/xiaomi-redmi-note-hongmi-note-enhanced-version-4g-lte-snapdragon-400-1-6ghz-quad-core-miui-v5-smartphone-2gb-ram-8gb-rom-5-5-inch-hd-ips-screen-white.html

4g and a Snapdragon cpu. Lots of good reviews and supported with custom roms on XDA...


Does it support all UK LTE bands? I really want to try a Xiaomi.


Humm, well the review I read said that yes it does. BUT, I've just checked the full spec on the Xiaomi site and it states that it only supports the 1800/2100 & 2600 bands. Which means you'll get 4g on all the networks here apart from O2, as they only use the 800 band.

If you're on O2, you should give it a miss. If you're on any of the others it should be OK...

Edited By: steve1221 on Jan 07, 2015 14:54: edit
banned#13
steve1221
bestinthewor|d
steve1221
ssjinzo
only if was 4g capable as well

If you want 4g you could try this; http://www.1949deal.com/xiaomi-redmi-note-hongmi-note-enhanced-version-4g-lte-snapdragon-400-1-6ghz-quad-core-miui-v5-smartphone-2gb-ram-8gb-rom-5-5-inch-hd-ips-screen-white.html

4g and a Snapdragon cpu. Lots of good reviews and supported with custom roms on XDA...

Does it support all UK LTE bands? I really want to try a Xiaomi.

Humm, well the review I read said that yes it does. BUT, I've just checked the full spec on the Xiaomi site and it states that it only supports the 1800/2100 & 2600 bands. Which means you'll get 4g on all the networks here apart from O2, as they only use the 800 band.

If you're on O2, you should give it a miss. If you're on any of the others it should be OK...

Thanks mate, sorry did not have time to check. I am on Voda so should be fine :)
1 Like #14
bestinthewor|d
steve1221
bestinthewor|d
steve1221
ssjinzo
only if was 4g capable as well

If you want 4g you could try this; http://www.1949deal.com/xiaomi-redmi-note-hongmi-note-enhanced-version-4g-lte-snapdragon-400-1-6ghz-quad-core-miui-v5-smartphone-2gb-ram-8gb-rom-5-5-inch-hd-ips-screen-white.html

4g and a Snapdragon cpu. Lots of good reviews and supported with custom roms on XDA...

Does it support all UK LTE bands? I really want to try a Xiaomi.

Humm, well the review I read said that yes it does. BUT, I've just checked the full spec on the Xiaomi site and it states that it only supports the 1800/2100 & 2600 bands. Which means you'll get 4g on all the networks here apart from O2, as they only use the 800 band.

If you're on O2, you should give it a miss. If you're on any of the others it should be OK...

Thanks mate, sorry did not have time to check. I am on Voda so should be fine :)

voda also uses 800 frequency so no 4g on voda on this device on this too only ee and 3 only like the oneplus
banned#15
ssjinzo
bestinthewor|d
steve1221
bestinthewor|d
steve1221
ssjinzo
only if was 4g capable as well
If you want 4g you could try this; http://www.1949deal.com/xiaomi-redmi-note-hongmi-note-enhanced-version-4g-lte-snapdragon-400-1-6ghz-quad-core-miui-v5-smartphone-2gb-ram-8gb-rom-5-5-inch-hd-ips-screen-white.html
4g and a Snapdragon cpu. Lots of good reviews and supported with custom roms on XDA...
Does it support all UK LTE bands? I really want to try a Xiaomi.
Humm, well the review I read said that yes it does. BUT, I've just checked the full spec on the Xiaomi site and it states that it only supports the 1800/2100 & 2600 bands. Which means you'll get 4g on all the networks here apart from O2, as they only use the 800 band.
If you're on O2, you should give it a miss. If you're on any of the others it should be OK...
Thanks mate, sorry did not have time to check. I am on Voda so should be fine :)
voda also uses 800 frequency so no 4g on voda on this device on this too only ee and 3 only like the oneplus

Oh cool, thanks for letting me know.
banned 1 Like #16
I love the way when something hits 100 you always get a load of cold votes, I am sure there are just people who hang around on the main page voting cold!
1 Like #17
i
qwerta369
I'd rather have the 5" Moto G.


id rather have a z10
banned 1 Like #18
logohigh
i
qwerta369
I'd rather have the 5" Moto G.
id rather have a z10

I'd rather have a blowy off Philomena Cunk, we can't always have what we want.
#19
Is there a reason why a lot of these types of devices and tablets seem to run 4.2? I mean, I wonder why they don't bother to upgrade it to at least Kit Kat for the performance boost alone. I imagine they're all very close to stock too, so wouldn't be a big drain on resources to update.

It really is a shame, as something like the Zopo C2 seems like a great phone but the software will always put me off.
#21
Frequencies used by networks in UK

http://www.4g.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/4g-FREQUENCIES.jpg

Xiaomi does support 2600 Mhz which vodafone also supports. Only O2 will not work, as three would work at 1800 Mhz

http://www.4g.co.uk/4g-frequencies-uk-need-know/

ssjinzo
bestinthewor|d
steve1221
bestinthewor|d
steve1221
ssjinzo
only if was 4g capable as well

If you want 4g you could try this; http://www.1949deal.com/xiaomi-redmi-note-hongmi-note-enhanced-version-4g-lte-snapdragon-400-1-6ghz-quad-core-miui-v5-smartphone-2gb-ram-8gb-rom-5-5-inch-hd-ips-screen-white.html

4g and a Snapdragon cpu. Lots of good reviews and supported with custom roms on XDA...

Does it support all UK LTE bands? I really want to try a Xiaomi.

Humm, well the review I read said that yes it does. BUT, I've just checked the full spec on the Xiaomi site and it states that it only supports the 1800/2100 & 2600 bands. Which means you'll get 4g on all the networks here apart from O2, as they only use the 800 band.

If you're on O2, you should give it a miss. If you're on any of the others it should be OK...

Thanks mate, sorry did not have time to check. I am on Voda so should be fine :)

voda also uses 800 frequency so no 4g on voda on this device on this too only ee and 3 only like the oneplus


Edited By: Gadgetfr34k on Jan 07, 2015 17:09
#22
Gadgetfr34k
Frequencies used by networks in UK

http://www.4g.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/4g-FREQUENCIES.jpg

Xiaomi does support 2600 Mhz which vodafone also supports. Only O2 will not work, as three would work at 1800 Mhz

http://www.4g.co.uk/4g-frequencies-uk-need-know/

ssjinzo
bestinthewor|d
steve1221
bestinthewor|d
steve1221
ssjinzo
only if was 4g capable as well

If you want 4g you could try this; http://www.1949deal.com/xiaomi-redmi-note-hongmi-note-enhanced-version-4g-lte-snapdragon-400-1-6ghz-quad-core-miui-v5-smartphone-2gb-ram-8gb-rom-5-5-inch-hd-ips-screen-white.html

4g and a Snapdragon cpu. Lots of good reviews and supported with custom roms on XDA...

Does it support all UK LTE bands? I really want to try a Xiaomi.

Humm, well the review I read said that yes it does. BUT, I've just checked the full spec on the Xiaomi site and it states that it only supports the 1800/2100 & 2600 bands. Which means you'll get 4g on all the networks here apart from O2, as they only use the 800 band.

If you're on O2, you should give it a miss. If you're on any of the others it should be OK...

Thanks mate, sorry did not have time to check. I am on Voda so should be fine :)

voda also uses 800 frequency so no 4g on voda on this device on this too only ee and 3 only like the oneplus

Sorry I got my information from here I could be wrong. Also not all the frequency could be in use at the moment but according to the wiki list it's listed Vodafone with only 800mhz
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_LTE_networks

Upon further reading it looks like it only works in densely populated area and the reach of 4g is limited same problem as one plus
http://forum.vodafone.co.uk/t5/Other-manufacturers-and-OS/Oneplus-One-amp-4G-Capabilities/td-p/2287367


Edited By: ssjinzo on Jan 07, 2015 17:25
#23
chris2010uk
Is there a reason why a lot of these types of devices and tablets seem to run 4.2? I mean, I wonder why they don't bother to upgrade it to at least Kit Kat for the performance boost alone. I imagine they're all very close to stock too, so wouldn't be a big drain on resources to update.

It really is a shame, as something like the Zopo C2 seems like a great phone but the software will always put me off.

It's the fault of MediaTek (the chipset manufacturer) for not providing updated firmware and drivers that work properly with 4.4 KitKat (or even 4.3 JB). Most phones running these slightly older MediaTek chipsets will never receive a full android update.
#24
paid about 120 last year when it was released from to2c.com delivered, its a good phone for the money,
#25
I don't understand why Asian companies insist of putting in dual sim card. Surely the main market for that is drug dealers?
#26
UZOR
you get a lot for your money for this phone. unfortunately "no planned upgrade to lollipop" according to trusted reviews website means that you'd be a fool to choose this over the moto g simply because the big performance improvements of android 5.x (change to using ART runtime most notably) will help to get the best experience.


utter rubbish. what is the fascination with everyone on this site about the moto g???
#27
my honor six works on all UK 4g networks. this should be the same. got mibe from amazon too
#28
Why would you buy this? Android 4.2 is years old and several versions behind. The Mediatek CPU is cheap but known to be problematic, and makes custom ROMs very difficult. Plus Huawei does not really have a great reputation in terms of build quality, reliability or service.

Compare this to the Moto G2, and I think you have a clear winner. But it is not Huawei.
#29
Gadgetfr34k
Frequencies used by networks in UK

http://www.4g.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/4g-FREQUENCIES.jpg

Xiaomi does support 2600 Mhz which vodafone also supports. Only O2 will not work, as three would work at 1800 Mhz

http://www.4g.co.uk/4g-frequencies-uk-need-know/

ssjinzo
bestinthewor|d
steve1221
bestinthewor|d
steve1221
ssjinzo
only if was 4g capable as well

If you want 4g you could try this; http://www.1949deal.com/xiaomi-redmi-note-hongmi-note-enhanced-version-4g-lte-snapdragon-400-1-6ghz-quad-core-miui-v5-smartphone-2gb-ram-8gb-rom-5-5-inch-hd-ips-screen-white.html

4g and a Snapdragon cpu. Lots of good reviews and supported with custom roms on XDA...

Does it support all UK LTE bands? I really want to try a Xiaomi.

Humm, well the review I read said that yes it does. BUT, I've just checked the full spec on the Xiaomi site and it states that it only supports the 1800/2100 & 2600 bands. Which means you'll get 4g on all the networks here apart from O2, as they only use the 800 band.

If you're on O2, you should give it a miss. If you're on any of the others it should be OK...

Thanks mate, sorry did not have time to check. I am on Voda so should be fine :)

voda also uses 800 frequency so no 4g on voda on this device on this too only ee and 3 only like the oneplus


Last time I checked, no network in the UK supported TDD-LTE, has this changed, as this Xiaomi device only supports TDD-LTE in the 2600mhz frequency
1 Like #30
chris2010uk
Is there a reason why a lot of these types of devices and tablets seem to run 4.2? I mean, I wonder why they don't bother to upgrade it to at least Kit Kat for the performance boost alone. I imagine they're all very close to stock too, so wouldn't be a big drain on resources to update.

It really is a shame, as something like the Zopo C2 seems like a great phone but the software will always put me off.

In my opinion people make to much of having the latest version of Android. Skinned versions of Android look different than stock anyways so telling what version of Android you're on is not even obvious unless you actually check. Apps running on Jellybean, KitKat or Lollipop all look the same so what real difference does it make. I have Lollipop on my Nexus 4 and don't think much of it at all to be honest.

Hot deal by the way.
#31
gavhtid
I don't understand why Asian companies insist of putting in dual sim card. Surely the main market for that is drug dealers?
What is the problem in having two sim cards in one phone.
Please elaborate on that.
TBH i can only see bright sides of it, but maybe you could enlighten me.
#32
MDL199
chris2010uk
Is there a reason why a lot of these types of devices and tablets seem to run 4.2? I mean, I wonder why they don't bother to upgrade it to at least Kit Kat for the performance boost alone. I imagine they're all very close to stock too, so wouldn't be a big drain on resources to update.

It really is a shame, as something like the Zopo C2 seems like a great phone but the software will always put me off.

In my opinion people make to much of having the latest version of Android. Skinned versions of Android look different than stock anyways so telling what version of Android you're on is not even obvious unless you actually check. Apps running on Jellybean, KitKat or Lollipop all look the same so what real difference does it make. I have Lollipop on my Nexus 4 and don't think much of it at all to be honest.

Hot deal by the way.


agreed.
#33
bdt_1978
UZOR
you get a lot for your money for this phone. unfortunately "no planned upgrade to lollipop" according to trusted reviews website means that you'd be a fool to choose this over the moto g simply because the big performance improvements of android 5.x (change to using ART runtime most notably) will help to get the best experience.


utter rubbish. what is the fascination with everyone on this site about the moto g???


what do you know about the move to android runtime from dalvic JIT compiler whereby applications are compiled in advance of runtime to run natively on the device significantly improving load times and memory management? look it up and then tell me it's rubbish.
This phone is clearly the only competition for the moto g at this price point. The moto g represents a landmark shift in the value of smartphones at this lower price point. Ergo, a comparison of the 2 phones is the most logical
#34
Every UK network WILL have 800MHz 4G coverage so it's pretty much a must.
The networks are now trying to get their hands on 700MHz band for 4G as the lower frequencies give better coverage.

Gadgetfr34k
Frequencies used by networks in UK

http://www.4g.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/4g-FREQUENCIES.jpg

Xiaomi does support 2600 Mhz which vodafone also supports. Only O2 will not work, as three would work at 1800 Mhz

http://www.4g.co.uk/4g-frequencies-uk-need-know/


#35
..thing in the world.

and given the software limitations inherent with the lack of lollipop upgrade, the only logical conclusion is that the moto g wins on software.
#36
wildecat
Every UK network WILL have 800MHz 4G coverage so it's pretty much a must.
The networks are now trying to get their hands on 700MHz band for 4G as the lower frequencies give better coverage.

Gadgetfr34k
Frequencies used by networks in UK

http://www.4g.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/4g-FREQUENCIES.jpg

Xiaomi does support 2600 Mhz which vodafone also supports. Only O2 will not work, as three would work at 1800 Mhz

http://www.4g.co.uk/4g-frequencies-uk-need-know/




point well made. so much misinformation touted regarding 4g!
#37
MDL199
chris2010uk
Is there a reason why a lot of these types of devices and tablets seem to run 4.2? I mean, I wonder why they don't bother to upgrade it to at least Kit Kat for the performance boost alone. I imagine they're all very close to stock too, so wouldn't be a big drain on resources to update.
It really is a shame, as something like the Zopo C2 seems like a great phone but the software will always put me off.
In my opinion people make to much of having the latest version of Android. Skinned versions of Android look different than stock anyways so telling what version of Android you're on is not even obvious unless you actually check. Apps running on Jellybean, KitKat or Lollipop all look the same so what real difference does it make. I have Lollipop on my Nexus 4 and don't think much of it at all to be honest.
Hot deal by the way.

you miss out all the added improvements, optimisations and bugfixes in the software implemented in more recent versions.

also the Emotion UI version of Android that comes with this phone has no app drawer - which for me would be a bit annoying
#38
elbs
MDL199
chris2010uk
Is there a reason why a lot of these types of devices and tablets seem to run 4.2? I mean, I wonder why they don't bother to upgrade it to at least Kit Kat for the performance boost alone. I imagine they're all very close to stock too, so wouldn't be a big drain on resources to update.
It really is a shame, as something like the Zopo C2 seems like a great phone but the software will always put me off.
In my opinion people make to much of having the latest version of Android. Skinned versions of Android look different than stock anyways so telling what version of Android you're on is not even obvious unless you actually check. Apps running on Jellybean, KitKat or Lollipop all look the same so what real difference does it make. I have Lollipop on my Nexus 4 and don't think much of it at all to be honest.
Hot deal by the way.

you miss out all the added improvements, optimisations and bugfixes in the software implemented in more recent versions.

also the Emotion UI version of Android that comes with this phone has no app drawer - which for me would be a bit annoying

I would miss the app drawer too although it's not a deal breaker. I can guarantee you though that the tried and tested version of Android on this phone will not have anywhere near the amount of bugs the newest version has. How many lollipop updates have we seen already and there are lots of people still having issues.
1 Like #39
elbs
MDL199
chris2010uk
Is there a reason why a lot of these types of devices and tablets seem to run 4.2? I mean, I wonder why they don't bother to upgrade it to at least Kit Kat for the performance boost alone. I imagine they're all very close to stock too, so wouldn't be a big drain on resources to update.
It really is a shame, as something like the Zopo C2 seems like a great phone but the software will always put me off.
In my opinion people make to much of having the latest version of Android. Skinned versions of Android look different than stock anyways so telling what version of Android you're on is not even obvious unless you actually check. Apps running on Jellybean, KitKat or Lollipop all look the same so what real difference does it make. I have Lollipop on my Nexus 4 and don't think much of it at all to be honest.
Hot deal by the way.

you miss out all the added improvements, optimisations and bugfixes in the software implemented in more recent versions.

also the Emotion UI version of Android that comes with this phone has no app drawer - which for me would be a bit annoying
Takes 1 minute to install a launcher that would solve the app drawer problem,

Every new version of Android introduced bugs, limitations and removed features.
#40
MaximusRo
elbs
MDL199
chris2010uk
Is there a reason why a lot of these types of devices and tablets seem to run 4.2? I mean, I wonder why they don't bother to upgrade it to at least Kit Kat for the performance boost alone. I imagine they're all very close to stock too, so wouldn't be a big drain on resources to update.
It really is a shame, as something like the Zopo C2 seems like a great phone but the software will always put me off.
In my opinion people make to much of having the latest version of Android. Skinned versions of Android look different than stock anyways so telling what version of Android you're on is not even obvious unless you actually check. Apps running on Jellybean, KitKat or Lollipop all look the same so what real difference does it make. I have Lollipop on my Nexus 4 and don't think much of it at all to be honest.
Hot deal by the way.

you miss out all the added improvements, optimisations and bugfixes in the software implemented in more recent versions.

also the Emotion UI version of Android that comes with this phone has no app drawer - which for me would be a bit annoying
Takes 1 minute to install a launcher that would solve the app drawer problem,

Every new version of Android introduced bugs, limitations and removed features.


Nova launcher! Very good.

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