Huawei unveiled the Honor 7A, a phone built in the spirit of the View 10. It is an affordable entry-level device, however, launching in China at CNY 800 ($130/€105) for the 2GB/32GB version and CNY 1,000 ($160/€130) for the 3GB/32GB version. It will be available tomorrow at Huawei Mall, Tmall and JD.com.
The phone boasts an 18:9 screen, 5.7” in size and with 720 x 1,440px resolution. Good thing too, as the Snapdragon 430 chipset doesn't have the best GPU. Anyway, a fingerprint is still available, though on the back instead of below the screen.
The dual camera on the back is has a 13MP main sensor and a 2MP assistant (used for AI-enhanced bokeh effects, of course). The main camera can capture 1080p video. Around the front, there’s an 8MP selfie shooter with a dedicated LED flash. It can be used for face unlock too.
The good news on the topic of connectivity is that this is a dual-SIM phone – with a separate spot for a microSD card. It has a 3.5mm jack too (backed by Huawei's Histen tech) and FM radio out of the box (something flagships don’t promise these days).
The Huawei Honor 7A is built on a metal frame sandwich between curved glass. The glass has a high gloss finish and is available in Magic Night Black, Platinum Gold, Aurora Blue. There's a 3,000mAh battery inside, no word on fast charging.
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Look at huawei mid range series you will see what I mean Mate 10 lite, honor 9 lite, honor 7x, Mate SE all alot more are all same phones with little difference like different screen sizes, or different build material and different pricing (Mate SE...
Very good cpu for this kind of phone! What the hell people Are expecting From low price phones? 845...
It's a Nova 2 Lite and Y7 Prime with a different name.