Huawei has been announcing devices left and right in the last couple of months. The company has announced their P8 line of devices, including their 2015 flagship, the Huawei P8. The other two devices announced were the high-end phablet, P8Max, and the mid-range P8 Mini devices. This China-based company has also showcased the Honor 4C mid-ranger, along with 2 mid-ranger Android-powered tablets. Another one of company’s offerings is due to arrive soon, the Honor 7 handset which has been leaking like crazy lately.
Well, this handset has paid a visit to TENAA recently (PLK-AL10 model), and received its network license. This might mean that the company is getting ready to announce this thing in China soon, quite probably by the end of this month, as some rumors were saying. TENAA’s listing didn’t reveal much info in terms of specs, but we do know that the device will offer 4G LTE connectivity and support TD-LTE, FDD-LTE, TD-SCDMA, WCDMA, CDMA2000, CDMA 1X and GSM networks. TENAA has also listed a couple of images of this handset, and as you can see, these images actually go hand-in-hand with the leaks we’ve seen thus far. The fingerprint scanner is located on the back of the device, and it seems like the Honor 7 will be made out of metal.
According to previous leaks, the Honor 7 might feature a 5-inch 1080p display along with 3 or 4GB of RAM (two variants of the device) and various internal storage options. The device will be powered by the HiSilicon Kirin 935 octa-core processor, and the 13-megapixel camera is said to be located on the back of this handset. You can also expect Android Lollipop to come pre-installed here, and the 3,280mAh battery was also mentioned in on of the leaks.
Interestingly enough, the possible pricing of this handset has also surfaced a while back. According to those leaks, the regular (3GB) variant of the device will cost 1,999 Yuan ($322), and the higher-end (4GB) model will set you back 2,699 Yuan ($435) should you choose to buy it. The regular Honor 7 is rumored to arrive by the end of this month, and the higher-end variant might launch in July.