The Huawei Honor 7A is stipulated for a 2nd of April unveiling. Just 2 days before the unveiling, renders of the phone have made an appearance throwing light upon the design and confirming speculations surrounding the 7A.
The poster that appeared a few days ago hinted at some of the features of the upcoming mid-ranger. The major features included a dual front camera setup, stereo speaker up front, and facial recognition. The render hints at the presence of all three speculations and gives a few more details. The Honor 7A has a metal body that features dual font cameras and dual rear cameras. Yes, a mid-ranger that will come with a quad-camera setup, but only the rear will have a dedicated LED flash.
The Honor 7A is reported to have a 5.7-inch 1440 x 720p display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. Powering it will be the Snapdragon 430 chipset coupled with 3GB RAM and 32GB onboard storage. A 13+2MP dual camera will sit on the back. As of now, these specs are just speculations. The render does seem to have a dual camera setup but the reported specs say that it will have an 8MP single lens camera up front. Whether it will have dual cameras up front is a mystery until the 2nd of April, so stay tuned for more!