Just a day before the smartphone goes official, new info on the Huawei Honor 7 has surfaced courtesy of Chinese media.
The latest report claims that the two Honor 7 variants will differ from each other not just in terms of the specifications, but also design. The lower-end variant of the device will arrive with round corners and a metal frame. The more expensive variant will get a more premium all-metal build.
The chipset onboard will be the same Kirin 940 on both the variants. Huawei’s Kirin 940 chip is built on a 20nm process and will feature a 1.9 GHz clock speed. When it comes to memory, the cheaper variant will offer 3GB RAM and 16GB storage while the higher end variant will include 4GB of RAM and a whopping 128GB of onboard storage.
Other specs are said to be identical on both. These include a 5.2-inch 1080 x 1920 resolution display, 16 megapixel OIS rear camera, and a 3,280mAh capacity battery. A fingerprint scanner will reportedly be on offer as well.