The smartphone mounts a Snapdragon chipset with 2/3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. 5.7-inch screen with an aspect ratio of 18:9
After the launch last year of the Honor 7X, a mid-range smartphone with as many as four cameras, the Chinese company returns to the market with a new device in the Honor 7 series. This time to be launched on the market is the Honor 7A, entry-level smartphone with a very interesting price.
The technical card Honor 7A does not present particular "excellence", but it is common of an essential device and able to run the most important applications, starting with WhatsApp and Facebook. It is a smartphone dedicated mainly to those who are looking for a reserve device or for those who do not want to spend large sums on a cell phone. Honor 7A mounts a dual rear camera, although the quality of the images taken is not excellent. Expected to be released in Italy in the second half of April at an extremely competitive price, the Honor will allow the Chinese company to further strengthen its position in the field of low-end smartphones and excellent value for money.
Technical data sheet Honor 7A
In contrast to the many devices launched on the market by the Chinese company, the Honor 7A does not mount a HiSilicon chipset (made by Huawei), but the SoC Snapdragon 430 from Qualcomm, a processor designed for entry-level smartphones, but which guarantees good performance. In support are 2/3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory (expandable up to 256GB with SD card), depending on the version chosen. The screen is 5.7 inches FullView and like all smartphones released in recent months, the display has an aspect ratio of 18:9. The screen resolution is 1440×720 pixels. The camera compartment consists of a dual rear camera with the 13 Megapixel main sensor with 2.2 focal aperture and 2 Megapixel secondary sensor. The front camera is 8 Megapixel with a 2.0 focal length. In the back there is also a fingerprint sensor. The battery is 3000mAh.
Price and release date Honor 7A
The availability Italy Honor 7A has finally been confirmed by the Chinese company: the device can be purchased from mid-April at an extremely advantageous price. The cost Honor 7A is 139 euros, a price that makes it the only smartphone with facial recognition at less than 150 euros.