Earlier in the month, we passed along few images of the Honor 7C courtesy of TENAA that showed the device fitted with dual rear and front cameras. While the full specs were yet to be uploaded into the database of the agency as of then, full specs of the alleged Honor 7C with model number LND-AL30 along with the model number LND-AL40 variant has now appeared on TENAA. Both devices model number LND-AL30 and model number LND-AL40 are basically the same, with the RAM size been the only differences.
Off the box, the alleged Honor 7C with model number LND-AL30 and LND-AL40 will boot Android 8.0 Oreo and powered by an unnamed 1.8GHz octa-core processor with 3GB and 4GB RAM respectively. Both variants will come with 32GB of storage with room for expansion up to 256GB using MicroSD card slot.
The device is expected to come with a 5.99-inch TFT display with a 1440 x 720 resolution and an 18:9 aspect ratio. The bezels on all sides of the display are extremely tiny, with the forehead housing an 8MP dual front-facing camera of unknown configuration, while the chin houses just the honor branding. On the flip side is a 13/2MP dual rear camera with LED flash as well as a fingerprint scanner below the line.
From the images provided, the LND-AL40 variant with 4GB appears to be fitted with a single front camera as opposed to the dual selfie camera on the LND-AL30 variant.
Powered by a 2900mAh battery, the Honor 7C will come in black, Gold, and Blue color options according to TENAA.
We currently have no information regarding the pricing and availability of the smartphone, we assume the device might be one of the mid-range offerings that will debut in the absence of the flagship Huawei P20 at the MWC in the coming days.