Huawei To Price Honor 7 At $599
Huawei is all set to launch its new flagship Honor 7 on July 30 in China. The rumor mill, so it works, has constantly been supplying information about the specs of Honor 7, but the pricing of the phone remained unknown. A recent report, emerged from Intel, reveals that the phone will cost its buyers $599.
As for as the specs of the Honor 7 are concerned, we have to rely on rumored reports in that regard as well, as no official words have been shared until now.
The Honor 7 is rumored to feature a 5-inch Full HD display of 1920×1080 pixels. Under the shell of its upcoming top-end handset, Huawei will incorporate an in-house Kirin 935 SoC.
By varying the memory capacities, Huawei is expected to launch two editions of the Honor 7. The standard edition will come with 3GB of RAM and 16GB of built-in storage while the special edition will offer 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage space.
Next comes the imaging power of Honor 7. The 13MP rear snapper along with LED flash and optical image stabilization should be a satisfying article. Surprisingly, the news source has made no mention of the Selfie cam at all.
Whatever, the Honor 7 encases a 3280mAh battery–which can store enough of the fuel to run smartphone for longer periods. The dual-SIM smartphone will feature a full metal body. Being a standard smartphone, Honor 7 is said to feature a fingerprint scanner as well.