Honor, Huawei's other smartphone brand, has today introduced the "C" edition of its seventh-generation line of budget phones with the launch of the Honor 7C in China. Whereas the higher version with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage carries a price tag of 1,299 Yuan (roughly Rs. 13,350). The highlight of the Honor 7C is the Snapdragon 450 chipset because its been a while since Honor released a smartphone with Snapdragon chipset on board. In terms of design, the smartphone looks sleek with a full-screen display that has an aspect ratio of 18:9. With 4 GB RAM, the phone comes with in two variants - 32 GB and 64 GB. The device features a combination of 13 Megapixel + 2 Megapixel of rear cameras as Primary Camera on the device. Both the cameras come with a number of different types of modes for the flawless photography experience. The Honor 7C comes in two variants based on different RAM and storage capacities. The smartphone also houses a microSD card of up to 256 GB can be used to increase data storage. It's now available for pre-order in China and goes on from March 13.
Honor 7X, one of the smartphone's best selling phones in recent times, has come up with a new update - face unlock. The secondary sensor will allow users to take photos with a shallow depth of field so the subject stands out. There is 8 mega pixel front facing camera with f/2.0 aperture and LED flash. At the front, the Honor 7C packs an 8MP selfie shooter with the display acting as a smart soft light which illuminates when selfies are to be taken. It also features a dual rear-camera setup which has become a trend of smartphones in the present generation.
The Honor 7C is backed by a 3000 mAh (typical) / 2900 mAh (minimum) non-removable battery and has a rear placed fingerprint sensor.