Honor smartphones from Huawei have been in the market since 2 years now, and the company wants to give a little bump to one of its successful smartphones. The Honor 7 Enhanced Edition has been officially revealed, and the phone is just a slightly enhanced version of the original Honor 7.
For those who are wondering, the Honor 7 Enhanced Edition is exactly the same as the regular variant but with a couple of changes. The Enhanced Edition comes with updated OS and gets a bit more storage. It gets Android 6.0 Marshmallow with EMUI 4.0 on top of it, while the internal storage has been bumped up to 32GB from Honor 7’s 16GB storage.
Rest of the specs remain that same, including 5.2-inch Full HD screen, 3GB RAM, 20MP/8MP cameras, 4G LTE, 3100mAh battery, and fingerprint sensor. But along with the aforementioned specs, the new Honor 7 Enhanced Edition also gets a special smart key for quick shortcuts. Baidu and Huawei have come into a partnership to provide voice commands feature in the phone.
The new Enhanced Edition costs 1,999 Yuan, which is roughly around $309. The phone has already started selling in China and is available in Gold color scheme.