In March, Huawei officially announced its flagship device, the P8. Not to rest on its laurels, though, the company has just unveiled another high-end Android-powered smartphone to add to its growing lineup of handsets.
In China, Huawei has just unveiled the Honor 7, which boasts a 5.7-inch 1080p HD display. On the back, there’s a 20-megapixel camera by way of Sony and its IMX230 with sapphire glass. The camera also features a 6-lens module, Phase Detection Auto Focus and an f/2.0 aperture. On the front, an 8-megapixel camera will handle all the selfies.
Inside of the Honor 7 is an octa-core Kirin 935 processor and 3GB of RAM. The Honor 7 comes in a 16GB or 64GB variant, and both feature a microSD card slot for expandable storage. The battery is measured in at 3100mAh. There is also a small pad on the back panel of the metal-clad device which works as a fingerprint sensor.
Huawei is still utilizing its own proprietary interface, but this time EMUI 3.1 runs atop Android 5.0 Lollipop.
In China, the Honor 7 will launch on July 7 for $322 for the 16GB option, or $355 for the dual-SIM LTE-equipped option. For those that need more storage, the 64G option will run for $400.
What do you think of the Honor 7?