It was a few days ago that we talked about how there was this unidentified Huawei Honor handset which was spotted on TENAA, China’s certification body, while carrying a gold trim. Well, this time around here is also more word on an upcoming device from Huawei as well – the Huawei Honor 7, where it has been tipped to arrive with 4GB RAM right out of the box, in addition to a 13MP shooter at the back that comes with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) to help you shoot better looking photos.
Apparently, the Huawei Honor 7 is said to come in two variants – one regular model, while the other would no doubt be a high end one. Rumors claim that the regular version of the Honor 7 will roll out later next month, while folks who would prefer something more high end will have to play the patience card and wait for a July release. Regardless of which model you pick, rest assured that they have been built using the aircraft grade metal (or so Huawei claims) to carry the hardware within, and the only difference between the two looks set to be storage space, with the regular variant sporting 3GB RAM, while the high end model is said to pack 4GB RAM.