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Huawei Honor 5A and 5A Plus at TENAA certification

The launch price for the Honor 5A may be as low as $100 USD
The launch price for the Honor 5A may be as low as $100 USD
The 5-inch 5A and 5.5-inch 5A Plus will succeed the current entry-level 4A series.

The affordable Honor 4A series will soon have successors in the form of the Honor 5A and 5A Plus. Both models have reached TENAA and will apparently sport just 720p displays, 2 GB RAM, and 16 GB of internal storage space each,

Honor 5A

The 5-inch 5A will ship with an unspecified 1.3 GHz quad-core SoC, 13 MP rear and 2 MP front cameras, 2200 mAh battery, and Android 5.1 Lollipop. LTE will come standard despite the entry-level specifications.

Honor 5A Plus

The larger 5.5-inch 5A Plus will ship with a faster but still unspecified 1.8 GHz quad-core SoC, 13 MP rear and 8 MP front cameras, 3000 mAh battery, and the same Android 5.1 software and LTE features as its smaller sibling. Based on last year's entry-level 5.5-inch Honor 4X, however, it is possible that the processor will be a Kirin SoC with a launch price closer to the $100 or $150 USD range.

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The Honor 5A Plus is just slightly larger and more powerful than the current entry-level Honor offerings
The Honor 5A Plus is just slightly larger and more powerful than the current entry-level Honor offerings

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Alexander Fagot/ Allen Ngo, 2016-06- 1 (Update: 2016-06- 1)
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