Huawei debuts Honor 7 smartphone

Huawei debuts Honor 7 smartphone

The Chinese smartphone maker Huawei has officially presented the new Honor 7 smartphone at an event, held in China. The new smartphone features updated hardware, a fully metallic chassis and more.

The Honor 7 is built around a 5.2-inch sensor display at Full HD resolution and has an 8-core Kirin processor with Mali-T628 graphics and eight Cortex-A53 cores, half of which run at 2.2 GHz, while the remaining four operate at 1.5 GHz. The handset has 3 GB of RAM, 16 GB or 64 GB of internal memory (depending on the version chosen), a 20 MP shooter in the back as well as a fingerprint reader underneath the camera, a front 8 MP camera for people who like to take selfies, 4G LTE for fast data transfer rates, NFC and a 3100 fast charging battery. The smartphone runs Android 5.0 Lollipop and uses the Emotion 3.1 user’s interface.

The Huawei Honor 7 will be in stores on July 7. The device is available in three colors – gold, silver and gray and will sell for USD 320 (16 GB internal memory, one SIM card), USD 355 (16 GB of internal memory, dual SIM card support) and USD 400 (64 GB memory, dual SIM card support).

Source: Huawei

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