Huawei has officially confirmed that the Honor 7A will be officially showcased on April 2 through an official teaser published online. At the same time, new renders have surfaced on Slashleaks: they reveal the complete design of the new device, so we won’t have to wait until April 2 to know it perfectly. Huawei Honor 7A has a similar design to Honor 8 Pro with a full metal body, but, unlike its older brother, it sports an 18:9 display with narrower bezels on the upper and lower part of the front panel.
On the other hand, bezels at the sides do not seem to be so narrow. Above the display, we can clearly see a dual front camera equipped with a front-facing LED flash. On the rear side, there is a single camera with a LED flash. There is no fingerprint reader on this device, and that is why it will be a very affordable handset. According to reports, Honor 7A measures 152.4 x 73 x 7.8 mm and it boasts a 5.7-inch display with an HD resolution of 720 x 1440 pixels.
On the hardware side, it should have an octa-core Snapdragon 430 chipset by Qualcomm, 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. The front camera should have resolutions of 13 and 2 MP, while the rear camera will likely be a single sensor with a 13 MP resolution. At last, the battery should come with a capacity of 3000 mAh. According to the official teaser, the smartphone will sport stereo speakers and it will also support facial recognition for authentication. Given that there is a face with glasses in the photo, there is a chance that AR may play an important role among the features of the Honor 7A.