Huawei Will Launch Honor 7i On 20th August

Posted: Aug 10 2015, 12:03pm CDT | by , in Technology News


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Huawei Will Launch Honor 7i on 20th August

Huawei is all set to announce a duo of Honor phones this month

It was already relied upon that Huawei, today, will release another Honor phone in China.

However it is now reported that Huawei will release the Honor 7i on 20th August. As indicated by the gossipy tidbits before, the ATH-AL00 that got confirmed in TENAA could be the Huawei Honor 7i.

It is said to accompany a sliding camera framework with the goal that clients can slide the back camera unit up from the housing and that will uncover the front camera.

It also includes a double LED flash. It is likewise anticipated that it would accompany a dedicated shutter button. Various rumors also indicate that Honor 7i would accompany unique finger impression scanner on the side.

It is supposed to accompany Huawei's own particular Kirin 935 processor with 3GB RAM and 16GB of 32 GB of memory capacity relying upon the variation.

It may likewise accompany double SIM slot and 4G LTE support. It is also said to have a 5.2" 1080p display just like the Honor 7.

The release date, as mentioned above, will be 20th August. The event will take place in China. The price is expected to be between $320 and $400, depending on the variant you choose.

Huawei is also working on another smartphone along with the Honor 7i. It's a new 4.7" inch Mate 7, which will be called Mate 7 mini or Mate 7 plus.

The model number of the phone is considered to be CRR-UL00. According to a recent AnTuTu results, it will accompany a 1080p display and run on company's latest Kirin 935 chip with 3GB RAM.

The new Mate 7 should go official soon as well. It will be running on the latest Android 5.1.1 plus Huawei's newest Emotion launcher.

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