Honor 7 Enhanced Edition is now official

Huawei Honor 7 Enhanced Edition with Android Marshmallow and more internal memory
Huawei Honor 7
This new handset has the same specs as the regular edition, only featuring more internal storage and running Android Marshmallow out of the box.

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In early 2016, Huawei is expected to hit the US market, and all the details should become available during CES 2016. Honor 7 is one of the handsets that offers a lot for its price, and now a slightly improved version that goes by the name of Honor 7 Enhanced Edition has just become available in China. Its two highlights are the Android 6.0-based EMUI 4.0 operating system and twice the internal storage space of its sibling.

Huawei Honor 7 Enhanced Edition has the following specs and features:

  • Processor: Huawei Kirin 935 SoC
  • Memory/Storage: 3 GB RAM; 32 GB internal storage and microSD support up to 128 GB
  • Display: 5.2-inch multitouch with 1,920X1,080 pixels
  • Cameras: 8 MP front, 20 MP Sony IMX230 on the back
  • Connectivity: 4G LTE, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, micro USB
  • Operating system: Android 6.0 Marshmallow with EMUI 4.0 on top
  • Battery: 3100 mAh with fast charging, as well as a 9 Volt 2 Amp charger included

In addition to the above, the Honor 7 Enhanced Edition features a fingerprint scanner and a voice-activated virtual assistant powered by Baidu and Huawei. In China, the regular model now costs about $278 USD, while the new Enhanced Edition has a price tag of roughly $310 USD.


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Codrut Nistor, 2015-12-14 (Update: 2015-12-14)
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