Honor 7C With A Dual Camera Setup Spotted On TENAA
In the last three months, Honor has launched three budget smartphones in India including Honor 9i, Honor 7x, and Honor 9 Lite. It looks like the company is planning to launch a new Honor smartphone with a similar design language. The Honor 7C is now listed on TENAA, which hints towards the official launch of the device in China.
This will be the successor of the Honor 6C, which was launched in Europian markets for € 229. Later on, Honor also launched a successor to the Honor 6C named Honor 6C Pro for € 179. In terms of design, the smartphone resembles the Honor 7x with 18:9 aspect ratio display. However, the camera setup is slightly redesigned compared to the Honor 7x.
There are two devices listed on TENAA, one has a model number of LND-TL30 and another device is listed as LND-TL40. The only difference between these models is the amount of RAM. The LND-TL30 comes with 3GB RAM, whereas, the LND-TL40 comes with 4GB RAM, with 32 GB storage on both the models.
The Honor 7C has a FullView 5.99-inch 1440 x 720p IPS LCD display, with 2.5D curved tempered glass protection. Under the hood, the smartphone is powered by an unknown Oct-core chipset with 1.8 GHz base frequency.
The device has a main dual camera setup with 13 MP + 20 MP sensors, with an 8 MP front-facing camera. The Honor 7C will be powered by Android 8 Oreo with custom EMUI 8 skin on the top. Finally, the phone packs in a 2900 mAh Li-ion battery.
Considering the fact that, both the Honor 6C and the 6C Pro were exclusively launched in Europe, the Honor 7C might launch only in European markets.