Huawei has become an almost household name thanks to their Android smartphones. The Chinese company has announced Huawei Honor 7 Enhanced Edition recently and is certainly aiming to impress. The previous version of the same smartphone was no slouch either, it had a great looking chassis and respectable specs. The Honor 7 Enhanced Edition brings in new specs but mostly it is all about Android 6.0.
Here is where things get really interesting, I have yet to see any other company release an update this fast based on a new Android version. While Samsung, Sony and HTC take months to deliver an update, Huawei managed to release a whole new smartphone with EMUI 4.0 OS based on Android 6.0.
Talking about the specs differences between the previous Honor 7 and the Honor 7 Enhanced Edition, the internal storage is bumped up to 32 GB from 16 GB. The smartphone also has a 128 GB microSD card slot which will be more than enough for many people. The smartphone comes with a fast chagrining 9 volt 2 amp charger. The Honor 7 Enhanced Edition also comes with voice assistant made by Baidu and Huawei.
Apart from those few enhancements, the hardware is the very same. There is the same 5.3 inch 1080p screen, 3 GB of RAM and a 20 MP camera on the back. The front facing camera is of 8 MP and the smartphone is running on an octa-core Kirin 935 processor. The smartphone also comes with a great 3100 mAh battery and a finger print scanner. Overall the smartphone seems fully loaded for its asking mid-range price. I really liked how Huawei is pricing their products this year. The Honor 7 Enhanced Edition will be retailing for 1999 Yuan which translates roughly to $310 which is a slight bump up from the Honor 7’s $278 price tag.
Source: Phone Arena