Huawei of China has certainly come up with their fair share of smartphones in recent times, and each iteration seem to get better and better. Hence, it is no surprise that the upcoming Huawei Honor 7 will pack quite a hardware punch, arriving in a premium design packaging. The thing is, it does not look as though it will follow through on previous generations, that is, to come with a price tag that is a level below its premium feel and hardware. Rather, the Huawei Honor 7 that is set to be revealed at the end of this month is said to cost a whopping $599 – which is a $200 premium above its previous generation flagship, the Huawei Honor 6.
Based on leaks and rumors concerning the Huawei Honor 7, we are looking at some rather high end specifications – such as a brand-new Kirin 935 SoC, either 3GB or 4GB RAM, and a choice of 16GB or 64GB of internal memory. It will also come with a solitary camera – which is rather strange in this selfie-obsessed era, weighing in at 13MP with an OIS-assisted sensor.
Apart from that, a 3,280 mAh battery has been whispered to power the Huawei Honor 7, and it is also tipped to jump aboard the Quad HD bandwagon. Of course, until the real deal is released, we should just take it with a pinch of salt – or perhaps more.
Update: Apparently, the handset is not all that expensive after all at 349 Euros, with a battery capacity of 3,100mAh and not 3,280mAh as speculated earlier.