The Huawei Honor 7 was just released officially this week, and it is interesting to see how some folks have already gotten hold of it in order to give it a tear down. We do know that the Huawei Honor 7 comes with a 5.2” display that boasts of a Full HD resolution. Sporting an in–house Kirin 935 SoC that keeps the entire smartphone chugging along just fine, that chipset features an octa-core 2.3GHz CPU that ought to provide it with more than its fair share of processing muscle.
Other hardware specifications include 3GB RAM and 16GB of internal memory, where you will be able to augment the latter with another 128GB of storage space thanks to a microSD memory card slot. There will also be a 20MP camera located at the back of the device, with an 8MP shooter that works great for selfies, while a 3,100mAh battery ensures that everything runs fine and dandy. Oh yes, there is also a fingerprint sensor located right under the rear camera.
Expect the Huawei Honor 7 to arrive for $322 after conversion for the single SIM model, where you top that up a bit at $355 for the dual SIM model, whereas $403 nets you the premium version of the smartphone as it comes with 128GB of internal memory. The teardown does reveal all that were listed above.