Huawei’s Honor 7 is the company’s latest phone. With some impressive specs and a much talked about build, the phone seems to have gone down well with buyers in Huawei’s home market of China.
The phone was up for grabs in all its variations in China, where a reported 200,000 units of the device sold out in a matter of 2 minutes. As Android Authority reports, that works out to an effective 1,667 Honor 7 sales each second!
Honor 7 is among the more compact flagships of today with a 5.2-inch 1920 x 1080p display, a 64-bit octa-core Kirin 930 processor, 3GB of RAM, a 21 mega-pixel main camera, an 8 mega-pixel front facing camera and expandable memory. You can read more about the device here.
The flash sale model seems to be doing wonders for Chinese OEMs, not only in China but in markets overseas as well. In related news, Lenovo recorded impressive sales figures for its K3 Note smartphone (review) in India. According to the company, 501,407 people registered to take part in the K3 Note flash sale out of which 47,440 managed to snap the device.