We recently saw the Huawei Honor 7 hit TENAA which confirmed the rear placed fingerprint sensor as well as the all metal design. However, TENAA failed to reveal the key specifications of the device.
Now, a new leaked system screenshot of the PLK-AL10 model (which is the same one that hit TENAA) reveals a few more details about the phone’s specifications. The model is running on the new Kirin 935 chipset which is the same one that powers the high-end version of the Huawei P8. As for memory, there is 4GB RAM on board and 64GB of internal storage.
This information confirms some of the leaked specifications of the device. So, there will most likely be two versions, one running 3GB RAM and 16GB storage while the other with 4GB and 64GB of memory. The leaked screenshot turns out to be of the high-end version. There will be a full HD display (screen size expected to be around 5-inches) and the phone will run on the Android 5.1 Lollipop version. Fingerprint recognition is also almost confirmed on the device.
As for the pricing, it is said that the low-end version will start at 1999 Yuan ($322) while the high-end version will retail for around 2499 Yuan ($400). Expect the Honor 7 flagship to be launched this month itself, sometime around June 24.