Fresh from launching the Honor 5X in Europe today from just €229/£169, Huawei is not content to rest on its laurels. With the Honor 7 having proven popular in Europe, the Chinese electronics manufacturer has today announced it will be launching a new version of the handset, called the Honor 7 Premium. It might not be an entirely original name, but if it follows in the footsteps of its predecessor, Huawei could be on to another winner.
Details were scarce, but the gist of the announcement is that the Honor 7 Premium will sport 32GB of internal storage, feature a 9A/2A fast charger in the box, as well as being available in Golden or Mystery Grey. Other than that, it’s anyone’s guess whether it will stick to the 5.2 form factor seen in the original model or perhaps increase in size as is the trend nowadays. Other unanswered questions include whether Huawei will continue to use its own Kirin processor, or will it source a unit from Qualcomm as they did with the Honor 5X?
What features would you like to see in the Honor 7 Premium? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below. We’ll have a couple more Honor related posts later this evening, once the event is done and dusted.