Huaweiâ€™s sub-brand Honor, has come up with its latest phone, the Honor 7A, a successor to the Honor 6A. The launch is, for the time being, in China only.
The Honor 7A sports a 5.7-inch HD display, the screen resolution being 720x1440pixels and has an aspect ratio of 18:9. The octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 SoC would be the processor and it will be supported by a RAM of 2GB or 3GB and an internal storage of 32GB. There will be a microSD slot to take the storage up by a further 256GB.
On the camera section, there are 2 variants. On the 3GB RAM device, the Honor 7A will have a dual sensor setup in the rear with 13MP and 2MP sensors and in the 2GB RAM device, there will be a single 13MP camera. The front camera for selfies is an identical 8MP sensor on both the variants. The main 13MP cameras are of the CMOS type and the cameras are supported by AI based technology to render better images for the users on the Honor 7A.
The major hardware components are rounded off by a 3000mAh battery. The OS would be the Android Oreo, version 8.0 with the in-house EMUI 8.0 skin over it. The connectivity suite is complete and on the sensors side, fingerprint sensor and face unlock features are also provided.
Aurora Blue, Black and Platinum Gold are the colours in which the Honor 7A will be made available and the prices in China, for the 2 variants are, CNY 799 and CNY 999 for the 2GB/32GB variant and 3GB/32GB variant respectively. These would roughly convert to Rs 8300 and Rs 10,300 respectively. One has to wait till Huawei launches these models in the Indian market to know the exact prices applicable here.
The sale of this new phone has just begun in China.