On March 21, Huawei had launched the 899 Yuan priced Honor 7C smartphone in China. It seems that the company is gearing up to introduce yet another budget-friendly phone as it has confirmed that it will be announcing a new phone with full screen design on March 26. It is speculated that Huawei’s sub-brand may launch the Honor 7A smartphone next Monday.
The following teasers have been shared by Honor on its official Weibo account. The Weibo post that accompanies it states that the handset would be priced under 1,000 Yuan. The presence of the letter A in the teaser suggest that the company launch the Honor 7A smartphone soon.
Some of the features of the rumored Honor 7A have been already leaked through the above teasers. The images reveal that the handset will be equipped with dual rear cameras, fingerprint scanner, Bluetooth, Face unlock, dual-SIM support, support for up to 256 GB microSD card and Android 8.0 Oreo OS.
Apart from these features, no other information on the specs of the alleged Honor 7A have appeared through the rumor mill. Since the Honor 7C is selling with a pricing of 899 Yuan (~$142), the Honor 7A may cost 999 Yuan (~$158).