Check out Honor 7C: 5.99-inch Display, Face Scanner, Snapdragon 450

Honor 7c

Huawei introduced in China a new extremely affordable device Honor 7C. The device received some exciting features, which we will consider today. Well, the most exciting thing here, of course, is the price. The smartphone is estimated at 142 dollars (8 thousand rubles) and is the primary competitor of Xiaomi Redmi 5.

Honor 7C

The device was equipped with a 5.99-inch IPS LCD with a resolution of HD + (1440 x 720 pixels), and an aspect ratio of 18: 9, a Snapdragon 450 processor, by the way, the same is installed in Redmi 5. The chipset works at a clock speed of 1.8 GHz and integrates the Adreno 506 graphics processor.

Honor 7C is a smartphone with two SIM-cards and has a SIM-card tray located on the left side of the display. There is also an independent microSD slot, so users do not need to sacrifice a SIM slot for microSD, as is the case with some models. Honor 7C received 3/4 GB of RAM and 32/64 GB of flash memory;

There is also an independent microSD slot, and so users won’t need to sacrifice a SIM slot for microSD as is the case with some models. Both versions support memory cards up to 256 GB.

The rear camera here is double (13 Mp + 2 Mp). The second camera is responsible for the bokeh effect. The front camera in 7C is 8 megapixels, and the display acts as a backlight. One of the main features is unlocking the face. The level of ambient light determines the brightness of the light. Honor shared some samples of the camera, shot by selfie cameras, and it does not disappoint.

Out of the box, the smartphone runs on fresh Android 8.0 with the proprietary EMUI 8.0 shell. The device also received a 3000 mAh battery. The version with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of flash memory will cost $ 142, while the version with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of flash memory will cost $ 205. Sales of the device will start on March 13 at the sites of Huawei Mall, Jingdong, Tmall, Suning, Gome, and Weipin.

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