Huawei Honor 7 leaks out again, reveals fingerprint sensor, aluminum cover
While the big guns of Apple and Samsung are busy dishing out flagships for the west, the eastern part of the world isn’t unfocused either. Chinese Huawei‘s Honor lineup isn’t exactly a Samsung Galaxy but a well-deserved attention is being channeled towards the family’s upcoming flagship, the Huawei Honor 7, as we speak.
A couple of live images have been seen flying up and down on the Internet in the name of the yet-to-be-announced Honor 7. Another batch of pictures came alive today from China carrying the renders of a metal-covered Honor 7 with something that definitely looks like a fingerprint sensor at the back, placed just below the camera.
Though the upcoming Huawei handset has been certified by China’s TEENA, only a small portion of the specs were revealed in the listing. These include a 5-inch 1080p display, 13MP rear camera, battery with 3280mAh capacity and a home-grown Kirin 935 chipset.
Sources suggest that the phone’s memory will be partitioned into two variants. A lower-end Honor 7 model will sport 3GB RAM and 16GB of storage while the top range model will be released with a whopping 4GB of RAM and ample 64GB of in-built storage. Both models will run on Emotion UI 3.0 based on Android 5.0 Lollipop software.
Previously leaked pictures of Huawei Honor 7: