Lately, we saw the Huawei Honor 7 smartphone at the TENAA database confirming the presence of a fingerprint sensor at its back and an all metal design. However, the listing did not reveal the main specifications of the smartphone.
Now, a leaked screenshot of a device with the model number PLK-AL10 has hit TENAA revealing further details on the specifications. The device runs on the Kirin 935 chipset that is the one that powers the high-end Huawei P8. On the storage front, the device is said to pack 64 GB of default memory capacity and 4 GB of RAM.
This latest leak confirms certain leaked specifications of the device tipping that there will be two versions of the Huawei Honor 7. One with 3 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage and the other with a larger 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of native memory capacity. Of the duo, the latest leak is of the high-end version.
The Huawei smartphone will feature a Full HD 1080p display that is expected to measure nearly 5 inches. The device is likely to be fueled by Android 5.1 Lollipop operating system and include the fingerprint recognition feature.
When it comes to the pricing, there are speculations suggesting that the low-end version will be priced at 1999 Yuan (approx. $322) and that the high-end version of the Honor 7 will cost 2499 Yuan (approx. $400). Huawei is expected to announce the Honor 7 flagship smartphone by the end of this month, around June 24.