Huawei seems to be on a smartphone launching spree lately. It has announced the Honor 7 Enhanced Edition, a better specced version to the original Honor 7, that was launched quite a few months back. Honor 7 garnered praise from a lot of reviewers and now, the enhanced edition is here to please the spec lovers. The Honor 7 Enhanced Edition is currently available in China priced at 1990 Yuan ($309 approx). The original model now retails for $278, after a $30 cut.
Honor 7 Enhanced Edition like its predecessor Honor 7 comes fully clad in metal with an exquisite and premium feel to it and runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box with custom skin EMUI 4.0 on top. This smartphone flaunts a compact 5.2 inch Full HD i.e. 1080p display. It is powered by a powerful 2.2 GHz octa-core Kirin 935 chipset under the hood coupled with 3GB RAM inside along with Mali T628 GPU for improved graphic performance. It comes equipped with 32GB of internal storage, unlike its predecessor which comes with a mere 16 GB of storage space.
Honor 7 Enhanced Edition comes equipped with a super fast Fingerprint sensor on the back just below the 20MP Auto Focus camera along with an 8 MP front facing camera for capturing selfies and video chats. A 3100mAh battery is providing the juice to the smartphone. It is a good move by Huawei to revive interest in an earlier launched smartphone.