Honor working on phone simialr to Honor 7A, launch soon in India


Huawei Honor 7A
Honor 7A

A new exclusive report coming out from India suggests that Honor is launching a new entry-level smartphone in India. Honor has been one of the fastest growing brands in the country and the market metrics don’t lie. Part of that expansion is thanks to the numerous choices in the product portfolio of the company. Honor has also been one of the most active company, in terms of launches this year. The report coming from 91mobiles suggests the new smartphone will be priced under Rs 10,000 ($140 approx).

What more do we know? Well, there is little info, but the handset should compete with the likes of the Realme 2. It will also feature a notch (obviously), and use dual cameras for the rear. There will be AI features as well and something called Master AI mode. This mode has been seen in previous Honor/Huawei devices and it helps in scene recognition.
As per the report, the handset should replace the Honor 7A/Honor 7C which come at Rs 8,999 price point. These handsets are barely old and were launched just in May this year. For more info, stay connected as there will be more info surrounding this smartphone soon.

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