The successor to the company’s low-cost flagship is just around the corner
One of the most surprising phones launched by Huawei last year was the Honor 6. The Honor 6, part of the company’s internet sales only spinoff brand Honor, surprised many people with its powerful processor, excellent feature set and relatively low price. Huawei’s looking to release the next flagship for their sub-brand in China later this month, unsurprisingly named the Honor 7.
The Honor 7 is expected to sport a full metal body, Kirin 935 processor and a fingreprint scanner that’s similar to the company’s Mate7. On the imaging front, the Honor 7 is expected to carry a 13-megapixel camera but will sport a conventional single lens camera setup unlike the Honor 6 Plus which has dual cameras. Expect the Honor 7 to come with a price tag lower than most flagships today when it’s officially launched by the company.