In the past, leaked images of the Huawei Honor 7 showed the device sporting a fingerprint scanner mounted on the back of the device. Now, TENAA (China’s equivalent of the US FCC), spotted by GizmoChina, has approved the unannounced device and confirms that it does sport a rear fingerprint scanner.
Aside from the fingerprint scanner, the Huawei Honor 7’s TENAA certification also confirms a metal build. Other than that the Chinese authority only reveals that the device will support TD-LTE, FDD-LTE, TD-SCDMA, WCDMA, CDMA2000, CDMA 1X and GSM connectivity.
Thankfully, past leaks have revealed that the Huawei Honor 7 will be available in two variants. Both will sport a 5-inch screen with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels, and both will have Huawei’s Kirin 935 CPU under the hood. They will both sport a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 3,280 mAh battery. The standard version will sport 16 GB of internal storage and 3 GB of RAM, while the premium version will sport 64 GB of internal storage and 4 GB of RAM. As for pricing, the smartphone is said to start at around £209.
So when do we get to see the Huawei Honor 7 make its debut? Huawei will be hosting a press event on the 8th of June. We may see the Chinese smartphone maker lift the lid on the device at that date.
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