Homtom HT7 doesn’t have the battery size you are all thinking


homtom HT7

Homtom have been trying to carve a niche out for itself as the maker of large battery phones, but the HT7 doesn’t have the 7000mAh battery you might first think, instead it will compete on price.

After the Homtom HT6 with 6000+mAh battery, you might be lead to believe the Homtom HT7 will have a 7000mAh battery pack, but it doesn’t, nor does the phone look like it will be a flagship device either with the company pointing out this phone will be sold at a very low-price.

So the HT7 will actually sit at the start of the Homtom line-up and will be a phone that will be priced low to attract budget phone shoppers (this is a confusing naming strategy). The actual price hasn’t been disclosed, but Homtom say the displays will be the same HD panels Lenovo uses and that the batter will be 3000mAh (so Homtom HT3 would have been perfect).

The HT7 will have a 5.5-inch display and from the renders we can make out quite a good-looking design with an interesting mesh rear panel that almost looks like a huge speaker.

homtom HT7

At this time this is all we know about the HomTom HT7, there is no mention of any innovation, no fingerprint tech, etc so we guess the pricing must be special. How much do you think the HT7 will sell for?

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12 Comments

  1. Steve B
    November 18, 2015

    Another day another Doogee, not sure about carve out a niche, more sledgehammer market saturation. And this is before Doogee’s own brand battery phones arrive in force.

  2. Triple C
    November 18, 2015

    Looks like that korean company V10 smartphone

  3. Joel Adames
    November 18, 2015

    LG V10 thats what it looks like, sadly is nothing as near….
    is it that there is such a big market for non-sense phones this days????
    hope they prove me wrong with nice spec’s but it seems to missing a fingerprint reader already, so…

    • Muhammad Yasir
      November 18, 2015

      unless its embedded in home button

  4. Dante
    November 18, 2015

    LG V10 clone good luck no phone competes with it , but still the v10 is a tad too big for me

  5. VMortens
    November 18, 2015

    It’s still only Doogee. I wouldn’t risk even if price is attractive.

  6. Muhammad Yasir
    November 18, 2015

    meh…

  7. WAI
    December 3, 2015

    This is a V10 clone. Does the battery come off or is it bult-in? We’ll find out once it’s released 12-20

  8. Mister MyGIP
    December 23, 2015

    Китайцы активно их начали их продавать, а наши активно их покупают. Цены очень вкусные, от 58$. За данный аппарат – просто супер!!!
    http://mygip.ru/homtom-ht7/

  9. monkey
    April 10, 2016

    how do you switch it on?

  10. Rj
    June 2, 2016

    This phone is good but i wait for Bluboo Maya. this is better, come with Android 6.0, Sony camera sensor+ quick focus, 13MP+5MP cameras, Customized Face beauty APP, 2GB+16GB, 5.5” HD IPS TFT display, Back cover design, Metal frame 4.35V battery core, 3000mAh battery, Dual SIM Dual Standby. friends i think this is good phone and i watch regularly http://www.bluboo.com.cn/ for buy this phone.

  11. AndrTech
    June 3, 2016

    It is a device with small battery, not like the HOMTOM HT6, HT5. Watch this great comparison video for this phone and HOMTOM HT7 Pro, Bluboo xtouch, https://goo.gl/ZBlnzb.