The launch of the next-gen Honor phone from Huawei aka the Honor 7 is only under 24 hours away from now, but the news and leaks don’t seem to stop.
It has now been learnt that the Honor 7 will have not one but two variants. The differentiating factor will most likely by the amount of metal around the device; the ‘base’ model will supposedly have only a metal chassis while the rear will be plastic, while the top-end Honor 7 will have a full metal jacket around it.
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The base model is expected to cost around the US$320 mark, while the metal-clad top-end version will go for more than US$100 over the base model at around US$435. Other details that have leaked about the Honor 7 include a 5-inch 1080p display, HiSilicon Kirin 935 processor, a 16 mega-pixel rear camera and a 3,280mAh battery. Besides, the phone is also expected to feature the now-standard-for-flagships fingerprint scanner.
The official unveil of the phone is set for tomorrow, i.e., 30th June so there’s only a few hours left to go for that.
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