Honor has recently launched the Honor 9 Lite in the early 2018, which comes with quad camera and a display with 18:9 aspect ratio all for just Rs.10,999. Now this time, the company is all set to launch out their next device on March 12th, and this time it turns out to be the Honor 7C.
The all new Honor 7C is the successor to the previously launched Honor 6C which sports a 5.5 inch HD display. The device was recently spotted over TENAA with the model number LND-AL30. Talking about the device, the 7C comes with a dual rear camera setup, and features a complete metal unibody design. The device sports a 5.99 inch HD+ 18:9 aspect ratio display which comes with a resolution of 1440*720 pixels.
The phone might be powered by Snapdragon 450 as the TENAA listing suggests, and is coupled with 3GB/4GB of RAM. Unlike the other devices, the Honor 7C will be coming with a dedicated SD card slot using which you can increase your internal storage. The rear is a 13MP + 2MP dual camera and the front stands out to be a 8MP shooter. No wonder why all the manufactures are focusing on battery, the Honor 7C offers a mere 2,900 mAh battery which is a huge drawback to the device.
The worst part is that the device doesn’t event support quick charging capabilities. Though the device runs on Android 8.0 Oreo of the box, the EMUI OS comes on top of it which kinda makes the device laggy. All in all, the device doesn’t seem so great on paper, but we gotta wait and see to get a hands on of this device and see if it is any good or not.