It was only a few days ago that we got an early peek at what appears to be Huawei's Ascend Mate 2. Now, according to our friends over at MyDrivers, it would appear the Chinese company also has a new Glory handset in the works -- one which is said to be a planned competitor against the likes of Xiaomi's Red Rice. Per the report, Huawei intends the Glory 4 to be a budget smartphone that packs a good amount of punch, with features such as MediaTek's MT6592 chip (aka "the world's first true octa-core"), 2GB RAM, 16GB of built-in storage and a 13-megapixel rear camera. The Huawei Glory 4, which could also be known as the Honor in some places, is expected to run Emotion UI 2.0 alongside Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) when it becomes official. Unfortunately, there's no word on the Glory 4's screen size, though the recent leak does suggest it'll be a 720p display onboard.
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