A new Huawei sub-brand Honor smartphone has been spotted on Chinese certification authority website TENAA with model number Honor LND-TL30. The listing has revealed the design of the new phone along with a few images. But it does not provide any specification details of the new phone. As per rumors, the new phone may be dubbed Honor 7C and is a more sophisticated version of the Honor 7X.
According to the images of the new device, the Honor 7C may feature an 18:9 aspect ratio full HD display screen just like the Honor 7X. The major highlight of the phone could be the quad camera setup. There is a dual camera module on the rear panel of the phone with LED flash and a fingerprint scanner too. It features a dual camera setup on the front panel too and does not feature the home button. It is likely to have on-screen navigation buttons
There is no information about the price of the new device or its availability as of now, but since it has been listed on TENAA, we can expect the price to be revealed really soon. We are going to post all the details as soon as we get the information.
Honor has also recently launched a red limited edition 7X+ at a price of Rs 12,999 in India as reported by us earlier. The phones feature a metal unibody design with 5.93-inch full HD display screen with 18:9 aspect ratio. It is powered by Hisilicon Kirin 2.36GHz octa-core processor with Mali T830-MP2 CPU. It is backed by 4GB RAM and is available in two variants of 32GB and 64GB internal storage space, which is further upgradable to 256GB with micro-SD card support. It runs on Android 7.1 Nougat version with Huawei Emotion 5.1 UI. It is fueled by a 3340 mAh battery with the latest fast charging facility.
The smartphone also features a dual rear camera setup with a 16MP camera sensor with auto PDAF and LED flash and a secondary 2MP camera. An 8MP camera is present on the front panel for selfies and video calling.