Honor 7s, a budget smartphone with 18:9 display, launched at approximately Rs 8,500

Honor continues its prolific launch spree in 2018 with yet another budget phone launch this month. This time its the Honor 7S closely following the launch of the Honor 7C and Honor 7A. This is an entry-level device that promises good value for money. The handset has been listed on the official global website and is debuted in Pakistan.

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What are the Honor 7S specifications?

So, what does this rectangular slab hold in its guts? Well, it ticks with a quad-core MediaTek MT6739 SoC, not very assuring in performance, but assisted by 2GB of RAM. However, Honor wants to woo the masses with a 5.45-inch HD+ display accounting a 73 percent screen-to-body ratio.

It also comes with Android 8.1 Oreo goodness out-of-the-box and has 16GB of onboard storage. This is expandable via a micro-SD thankfully due to a hybrid dual SIM slot.

In the camera segment, the Honor 7s bears a 13MP rear shooter with PDAF and LED flash. The front, on the other hand, has an even more unimpressive 5MP shooter. There are apparent similarities between this handset and the Honor Play 7 that launched recently. However, the selfie camera is not one.

Also read: Honor Play is coming on June 6th with a breakthrough technology

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To round the package off, its lifeline is the 3,020mAh power pack that we deem would be enough for an HD display. Too bad if you’re sold on the device, it’s only available in Pakistan for a price PKR 14,499 (roughly Rs. 8,400). As of this writing, no information on the Indian availability is made official yet.


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