Considering the Honor 7 comes with an octa-core processor, a choice between 16GB and 64GB of storage and 3GB of RAM, that’s not a bad price considering the hardware involved, with a fingerprint scanner and 20 megapixel camera sweetening the deal even further. The back of the Honor 7 is also home to the rear camera and LED flash, and just below that a fingerprint scanner. However while the front of the Honor 7 seems derivative of Apple and Sony’s offerings, the back is quite different, with a slightly curved brushed aluminium back which feels nice to hold, as well as giving the handset a sturdy feel.
- At first glance the design of the Huawei Honor 7 is rather straightforward and basic, and more than a little familiar.
- Huawei is a Chinese company whose star certainly seems to be rising of late, and it’s one of the few handset makers which is seeing a rise in popularity outside of its native China.
- On the right-hand side of the handset the volume rocker and power button can be found, which are again in easy reach if you’re using the Honor 7 one handed.