Huawei will finally make the oft-leaked Honor 7 official at a special event on June 30. The company revealed this information just yesterday, when it also confirmed that the handset will sport a fingerprint scanner.
While we wait for the Honor 7 to be announced, Huawei has thought it a good idea to release a teaser video for it. And thankfully, you can actually catch a few glimpses of the actual phone in this video.
The bad news is that the teaser is destined for the Chinese market alone, and as such the entire communication is in Chinese. Yet you obviously don't need to know the language in order to take a look at the device. You can do just that now since we've embedded the teaser video below (do note that it may take a while to load, however).
The Honor 7 has been rumored to come with a 5-inch 1080p touchscreen, 3GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, the Kirin 935 chipset made in-house by Huawei, and a 13 MP rear camera with LED flash. It should run Android 5.1 Lollipop underneath Huawei's Emotion UI 3.1.
I have the honor 6 Its a great phone with a 2 day battery, and at a price / specification that is 1/2 the price of phones aimed at the western market. But other than the newer chipset what is the real improvement with the 7?
Things aren't going well with honor series. It's too expensive nowadays and poorely designed. Should be at least twice cheaper to restore popularity of Honor 1. And how long will Huawei keep copying other manufacturers right and left? May be it's abo...
I am waiting for Mate 8 , as it will come with latest processing tech and better GPU .