A report that first emanated from well know leakster Roland Quandt, a few days back has it that Huawei Honor sub-brand might be preparing the Huawei Honor 7S – as a toned down variant of the Huawei Honor 7A for the European market. And while the company is yet to confirm if it is making any of such phone, two variants of an entry-level Honor device believed to be the Honor 7S has been granted approval in China.
Bearing the model numbers DUA-AL00 and DUA-TL00, the unannounced device appears to be made of a polycarbonate design with no visible fingerprint sensor on either side. The alleged Honor 7S bears a single 13MP rear camera with a dedicated LED flash, while a single 5MP sensor sits at the front for selfies. The alleged Honor 7S as per TENAA’s listing will flaunt a 5.45-inch display with 2.5D curved glass panel featuring 720 x 1440 pixel resolution with 18:9 aspect ratio, and will be powered by MediaTek’s MT6739 SoC running 4x Cortex-A53 cores at 1.5 GHz with a PowerVR GE8100 GPU, aided by 2GB of RAM and 16GB of expandable storage.
The Honor 7S will be fuelled by a 2,920 mAh battery, while it will boot Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box.
It will come in Black, Blue, and Gold color options, and could go for as much as $135 when launched. There are currently no hints that point toward a launch anytime soon, but we are certain it won’t be far off before it sees the light of the day.