The Honor 7 has been quite a success for Huawei. The newly launched flagship phone has already made quite a dent in the Chinese phone industry with record sales, and has caught the attention of buyers overseas.
Which is why, Huawei today announced via a video that the Honor 7 would be made available in European markets. It’s quite a cheeky way in which it is announced too; right towards the end of the video, it’s a ‘yes’ to ‘so…is it coming?’. The video also brags about their success with the device so far, which is quite understandable.
The Honor 7 comes with a 5.2-inch screen with a 1920 x 1080p resolution, 3GB of RAM, a 20 mega-pixel main camera, a fingerprint sensor and more. With over 9 million devices pre-ordered in China, one would imagine that there’ll be quite a backlog that Huawei will have to cover before moving on to other markets.