Huawei has unveiled its latest Honor-branded handset in the form of the Holly, with a set of entry-level specs and a price that will determined by crowd sourcing at launch.
Would-be owners who register their interest at pricehacker and will be informed of any price reduction from its initial £110 SIM free cost.
As is the way with such things, the more people that are interested in the Holly, the cheaper it will be.
An as-yet-undisclosed retailer will then offer the mobile at this reduced price as part of a time-limited promotion.
The Holly is being launched to mark Huawei's 100 days in Western Europe with the Honor brand, which is pitched just below its mid-range Ascend handsets.
Spec-sheet fixtures and fittings take in a 5-inch 720p display, a quad core 1.3GHz CPU, an eight-megapixel camera, 16GB of internal storage, support for microSD cards and Android 4.4 out of the box.
Interestingly, the phone also offers support for dual SIMs.
This feature was present and correct in the overseas edition of the Holly that dropped back in November.
However, it wasn’t expected to make the cut in the UK version, where we’re altogether less keen on dual SIM handsets than in the developing world where more cost-conscious consumers are likelier to swap between SIMs to benefit from the best calling rates.