The Chaoguan Shop in Guanying Street recently saw a press conference (both on and off-line) announcing the launch of Huawei Honor 7A, as a result of the “Tide Value A Plan” special project team created by Huawei a week ago, whose achievement brought flagship technology into the entry-level models, and a value-for-money experience to youngsters.
It comes with a 5.77-inch HD+ 2.5D curved glass display with a whopping 18:9 aspect ratio, eye protection mode, and split-screen mode. The phone runs on a Snapdragon 430 chipset paired with up to 3GB of RAM. It is powered by Android’s latest OS, Android 8.0 (Oreo), with EMUI 8.0 acting as a user-friendly interface.
It has a dual rear camera setup, 13 MP primary, and 2 MP secondary camera. The 8 MP front-facing camera supports beauty mode and a soft LED flash that supports three manual modes and is automatically adjustable based on lighting conditions. It also supports AI image segmentation technology so that the virtual recognition of modes is more accurate. Its face unlocks technology, in tune with most other Honor smartphones, and can scan 1024 different facial features.
Honor 7A’s fingerprint unlocks function additionally supports long-press one-button photo taking and fingerprint payment. It has three dedicated slots, two for dual SIM and a MicroSD slot that supports up to 256GB of expansion.
This power-packed phone packs a 3000mAh battery and comes in three audio modes. Its inbuilt speaker system simulates 3D surround sound, and the three modes, namely “listen”, “front,” and “wide”, the first provides in-ear experience, the second mode gives an exhilarating rush of sound, while the third provides the theatrical Ambience.
Available in three attractive shades, Magic Night Black, Platinum Gold, and Aurora Blue. The rounded frame of Honor 7A uses the cutting-edge high-gloss coating technology of NCVM. True to its promise, it’s priced at 799 yuan for the 2GB RAM with 32GB storage version and the 3GB RAM with 32GB version costs 999 yuan. Now available for pre-order, its sale in China starts from April 3rd.