Huawei Honor 7 unveiled as a top of the mid range class smartphone in China.
Huawei unleashed its latest mid-range smartphone, the Honor 7, in a press event yesterday in China. The Honor 7 is a metal made smartphone with a thermo-cooling design that will impress any tech analyst or reviewer.
Huawei Honor 7 feature a 5.2-inch Full HD display, it packs the in-house built HiSillicon Kirin 935 chipset which sports an octa-core processor (4 cores x 2.2GHz + 4 cores 1.7GHz), it comes with 3GB of RAM and the Mali-T628 GPU.
In addition, Huawei Honor feature a 20MP rear-camera with dual-tone LED Flash and a 8MP front-facing selfie camera. At the back below the camera there’s also a fingerprint scanner much like the one we’ve seen on the Ascend Mate 7, but better.
Honor 7 is juiced up by a 3,100 mAh battery, runs Android 5.0 with personalized Emotion UI v3.1 on top of it.
Huawei is selling the Honor 7 in Asia for now, in three distinct colors: Gold, Silver and Dark Grey for a starting price tag of 290 Euros (about $320 / £205), this is for the 16GB version, and it goes up to 360 Euros (about $405 / £265) for the 64GB version.