Huawei announced the Honor 7 at a press event, launching three versions with metal alloy chassis. The different models of the Honor 7 differ by connectivity and storage limitations. The entry model ships with 16GB and LTE, then you have a dual-SIM dual-standby LTE varaint and finally one with 64GB of internal storage. It's quite the selection catering for different consumer requirements.
All the above variants of the Honor 7 come with a 5.2-inch 1080p display, 64-bit Kirin 935 chipset (configured as 2.2 GHz for a quartet of Cortex-A53 cores, 1.5 GHz for the other A53 four), 3GB of RAM and microSd expansion. The shooter has Phase Detection Auto Focus, with an F2.0 aperture, 6-lens module and sapphire glass for added protection. The front-facing selfie machine isn't bad either, clocking in at 8-MP.
Did we mention the touch fingerprint sensor? Well, it has one of them too. Check the promotional video below, which also happens to be really neat.
Finally, we have a 3,100mAh battery powering the device, which is capable of not only connecting to LTE networks, but also NFC, Wi-Fi, and bluetooth. As touched on above, the pricing is where this phone really shines. The base model with 16GB of on-board storage will set you back $320, $355 for the dual-SIM LTE version and finally $400 for the 64GB Honor 7. The Honor 7 will go on sale in China on July 7.