This is one that's really going to have us reaching for the smelling salts. Remember a few months back, we told you of a fab new smartphone launching from Huawei called the Honor? 1.4GHz processor, 4-inch FWVGA display, 8MP and 2MP cameras and a stonking 1,900mAh battery running Gingerbread.
Well scrap that, because Huawei is upping the stakes and offering Android Ice Cream Sandwich, not Gingerbread, keeping things ticking over inside the Honor. And that's a pretty big deal, as up till now you could only get ICS on the Google-flagship Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
And best of all, it's not merely coming soon - it's here now, with Huawei listing Android 4.0 (albeit in what it calls a 'demo' form) on its official Honor web page. What's more, you are even given instructions on how to revert to Gingerbread if ICS doesn't really float your boat.
And now for the bad news you've all been waiting for. As of now there are no plans whatsoever to bring the ICS-rocking Honor to us gadget-starved folks here in the UK.
Via GSM Arena