Honor 7 Enhanced Edition announced with increased storage
Huawei’s Honor brand just turned two years old, and the company decided to throw a little celebration while showing off a few of their phones. They also unveiled the Honor 7 Enhanced Edition, a slightly upgraded model of the Honor 7.
The Honor 7 Enhanced Edition is essentially the same handset as the regular version, but with an updated OS and some extra storage under the hood. Slightly enhanced would have been a better moniker, but at least that didn’t slap a Plus on it. Regardless, consumers can now pick up the handset with 32GB of internal storage and it will run EMUI 4.0, which is based on Android 6.0 instead of 5.1.
As for the rest of the Honor 7 Enhanced Edition specs, they mirror its predecessor so you’ll get a 5.2-inch FHD panel and a speedy 64-bit Kirin 935 backed by 3GB of RAM. The aforementioned 32GB of storage is present as well along with a solid 20MP rear camera with PDAF and a Dual Tone flash. The front-facing camera is listed at 8MP and has an LED flash as well. Other options to note include fast charging, a 3,100mAh battery, 4G LTE, Dual SIM and a fingerprint sensor.
In addition to the specifications and features we’ve already listed, the Honor 7 Enhanced Edition comes with a special smart key for quick shortcuts. It also can handle voice commands as Huawei has partnered up with Baidu for their version of a personal assistant. That said, you’ll be able to navigate and pull off several other tech tricks with the new feature.
The Honor 7 Enhanced Edition has plenty of pop, but you’ll have to pay for it as it carries a price tag of 1,999 Yuan which comes out to around $309 in the states or Rs. 20,784 in India. The handset is ready to roll in China and is available in Gold.
via – Fonearena