The Honor 7 smartphone is one of Huawei’s latest flagship devices which was unveiled in china last month. The device was made available to local consumers, however Huawei did not make any public announcement as with regards to the availability of the Honor 7 to global audience.
Until few days ago, a video was published online on the company’s Facebook account confirming that the new device will be heading to Europe. This is a good news for the European buyers who have the Honor 7 on their shopping lists. Annoyingly enough, the company did not set a date as when the new device will be hitting the online and local retailers in EU countries.
Here is a quick reminder of the Honor 7 main specifications; the new device comes in Gold, Silver and Grey colors and has a metal body design with a fingerprint sensor, a 5.2-inch Full-HD IPS display, 20-Megapixel main camera, 8-Megapixel front facing shooter, 2.2GHz Hisilicon Kirin 935 octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM and 16GB / 64 of built-in storage with microSD slot. You can find out the full details of the Honor 7 at the link below.
The price of the EU version is expected to have a similar price point to the Chinese one. In China, the Huawei Honor 7 has a starting retail price of CNY ¥1999 (approx $320- £200 – €290) for the 16GB model and CNY ¥ 2499 (approx $400 – £255 – €360) for the 64GB version.