The highly anticipated Huawei Honor 7 smartphone has been officially unveiled today at an event. The device has been launched in three versions that are clad in metal alloy chassis. These versions of the Honor 7 differ only in terms of connectivity and storage that can be expandable. The 16 GB model features LTE radio, another one has dual SIM dual standby LTE support and the 64 GB variant is the flagship model.
In terms of design, all the three variants feature a similar stylish aluminum alloy exterior. The Honor 7 boasts of a 5.2 inch Full HD 1080p display with a pixel density of 423 pixels per inch and employs a 64 bit in-house Kirin 935 chipset housing a quad core 2.2 GHz Cortex A53 processor and a quad core 1.5 GHz Cortex A53 processor in big.LITTLE architecture. The chipset is backed by 3 GB of RAM and ARM Mali-T628 graphics unit.
The Honor 7 features a 20 MP main snapper with the latest Sony sensor, phase detection auto focus, f2.0 aperture, sapphire glass for protection and 6-lens module. There is an 8 MP main snapper with wide angle lens as well. The touch fingerprint sensor is placed below the main snapper as in the Mate 7 and it can unlock the Honor 7 in a single tap.
Connectivity wise, the Huawei Honor 7 is packed with NFC, Wi-Fi, GPS with A-GPS, LTE and Bluetooth 4.1. The device has a 3,100 mAh battery that is teamed up with quick charging technology that will render 50 percent of battery life in just 30 minutes of charging. Also, the Android 5.0 Lollipop build is topped with the firm’s latest EMUI 3.1 interface.
The Huawei Honor 7 is priced at $322 for the base 16 GB variant, $355 for the dual SIM LTE version and $400 for the 64 GB version.