Honor 7 Devices To Differ In The Design Department


Huawei Honor 7 is one of the most leaked smartphones lately. This handset has been leaking all over the internet for weeks now, and it will finally be announced tomorrow. Thanks to those leaks, we already know almost everything there is to know about this handset, including the fact that it will launch in two variants. Previous leaks and certification information have claimed that the Honor 7 will launch in two variants, one will sport 3GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, and the other 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Up until now, we believed that both those variants will be identical, aside from the difference in RAM count and internal storage space. Well, that might not be the case, read on.

According to the newly leaked info, further differences are quite possible. These two devices will differ not only in specs, but in design as well. The lower-end variant is said to sport rounded corners and a metal frame, while the higher-end variant will reportedly feature an all-metal design. The report also claims that these two devices won't be powered by the Huawei's HiSilicon Kirin 930 or 935 SoCs, but a more powerful Kirin 940 processor. Everything will be revealed tomorrow, so stay tuned for more info. Until then, let's take a look at the rest of spec info for the Huawei Honor 7.


This handset will sport a 5-inch 1080p (1920 x 1080) display along with the aforementioned RAM and internal storage options. Keep in mind that the 128GB of model has also been mentioned, so it is possible that additional variants will be possible. Either way, the Honor 7 will ship with a 3,280mAh battery on the inside, and it will also feature a 13-megapixel camera on the back. 4G LTE connectivity will also be a part of this package, and the pricing info has also leaked recently. The lower-end variant is said to cost 1,999 Yuan ($322), while the higher-end variant might be priced at 2,699 Yuan ($435). The Huawei Honor 7 will be announced tomorrow, along with the Meizu MX5, so it will be quite an exciting day for Chinese OEMs and those of you who love their products.


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