During the event Huawei held today in Beijing, the Chinese company has unveiled a new device that belongs to the line Honor.
The device is presented the Honor 7, (apparently) a worthy successor of the Huawei Honor 6 device remembered for its high value for money. With the Huawei Honor 7, the Chinese company holds the policy adopted by his predecessor proposing a top of the range in effect at a price (at least in China) content.
We analyze the new Huawei device starting from the technical specifications: 5.2-inch Full HD screen, octa-core processor owner Kirin 935, 3 GB of RAM LPDD3, 20 MP rear camera, front camera 8 MP, 16/64 GB of internal memory expandable via microSD, 3100 mAh battery and Android 5.0 Lollipop.
The surprises do not end there: the Honor 7, as well as having good technical details, also has some goodies that may be preferable to the atria device. First, we find on the back a sensor for fingerprints which allows not only unlocking the device, but also quick access to some features (is able to detect the number of pressures and movements). In addition, the smartphone has an additional chip that aims to maximize the life of the device (up to 30%). Even the camera seems to be quality: the rear (with slide sapphire) is composed of the Sony IMX230 sensor and is characterized dall’autofocus laser PDAF (which allows you to focus on subjects in 0.1 seconds) and dedicated ISP. The frontal one, instead, is equipped with wide-angle lens and has, via software, a function to optimize selfie. Needless to mention the radio part of the new Honor, as all devices Huawei, is always excellent and cutting edge.
The Huawei Honor 7 will be sold in China in the 16 GB version priced at 1999 yuan (about 288 €), in the version of 16 with dual connectivity to 2199 yuan (about 317 €) and finally in version 64 with global connectivity to 2499 yuan (about 360 €). At the moment there is no information regarding the other markets.