Huawei G750 sports an 8-core processor

The new MediaTek chip known as MT6592 has been taking the smartphone world by storm and more and more companies get interested in it. One of the most eager companies to offer devices on the MT6592 is Huawei with the company presenting the Honor 4 model. It appears now that the G750 model, which is almost ready for launch, will follow the Honor 4.

Apart from having the 8-core MT6592 processor the Huawei G750 has a large 5.5-inch display that works at 720p resolution, 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage; moreover the device has two cameras – one at 5 MP and another at 13 MP. A particularly interesting feature is that the G750 sports a really high clock speed for the processor that reaches 1.7 GHz. In addition the smartphone runs Android 4.2.2 and offers the Huawei Emotion user interface version 2.0.

Currently the new Huawei smartphone will be available in China only. The expected pricing of the smartphone is around USD 300.


Source: Huawei

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