The Honor 7S just got certified by TENAA (China's equivalent to the FCC). This handset surfaced yesterday for the first time, as Roland Quandt not only released plenty of seemingly official renders of the device, but plenty of spec info, not to mention that the device's price point also leaked. Having said that, this phone did appear on TENAA, along with images, but its specifications have not been confirmed by the site just yet.
In yesterday's leak, it was mentioned that the Honor 7S will arrive carrying "DUA-xxx" model number, and the device that got certified by TENAA comes with "DUA-TL00" model number. It is worth mentioning that this listing goes way back to April 18, but it's making rounds as we speak, it did not surface earlier. Having said that, the phone's blue-colored model is pictured on TENAA, and these images go hand-in-hand with images that were shared by Mr. Quandt yesterday. The Honor 7S will be made out of metal (or so it seems), while a fingerprint scanner will not be a part of the offering. Honor's branding will be included below the phone's display, and on the back of the device, while the phone's physical keys will be included on the right. The Honor 7S will not exactly be a bezel-less smartphone, but its bezels will not be too thick, while a single camera will be included on the back of the phone, and right next to it you will notice an LED flash.
The Honor 7S will feature a 5.45-inch HD+ (1440 x 720) display, while it will ship with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of expandable native storage. The phone will be fueled by the MediaTek MT6739 64-bit quad-core processor, while two nano SIM cards will also be included in the package, while the phone's microSD card slot will be separate. A 13-megapixel camera will be included on the back of the phone, while a 5-megapixel camera will be placed on the device's front side. The phone will include a 3,020mAh battery, while it will ship with Android 8.0 Oreo, and Huawei's Emotion UI (EMUI) 8.0 skin. The phone is said to cost €100-€120 in Europe, and it will be the company's most affordable device to launch in Europe.