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June 7, 2015

Huawei’s all metal Honor 7 images leaked

by John_A

Huawei has been all over the news this week. First, the company launched the Huawei P8 lite, and this time it’s the honor 7. There were rumors about the honor 7 in the tech industry for a while now. Recently the phone made its  appearance at TENNA, ahead of its launch on June 8.huawei-honor7-plus-leak-back-picture-01-e1433144731905

 The images reveals a big fingerprint sensor just below the camera module.While the leaks do not confirm any specifications, they only confirm the fingerprint sensor and 4G LTE network connectivity. The network bands supported by the phone are TD-LTE, FDD-LTE, TD-SCDMA, WCDMA, CDMA2000, CDMA 1X and GSM.

According to previous rumors, the phone is said to come in two variants. The phone is supposed support a 5-inch full hd(1920*1080) screen resulting in screen density of 440ppi and is housed in a full metal-body. Similar to other variants from Huawei, this phone also supposed to be run on the company’s own Kirin 935 processor. The lower-spec’d variant will feature 16GB of internal storage paired with 3GB of RAM. The higher-spec’d variant will feature 64GB of internal storage paired with 4GB of RAM. Both of the variants of the Huawei honor 7 will support a non-removable 3280mAh battery which should be sufficient to  provide a full  day’s use.

As for now the pricing has not been confirmed by Huawei, but hopefully they stick to lower pricing to compete outside of China. Are you considering buying a Huawei device? Let us know in the comment section down below.

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