Purported Huawei Honor 6 Successor ‘Honor 7’ Spotted With a Metal Build and Fingerprint Scanner

    Details of Huawei's new handset continue to leak ahead of launch. Today three live images promoting the new phone - expected to be called the Honor 7 - have been leaked ahead of its anticipated launch.

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    Purported Huawei Honor 6 Successor ‘Honor 7’ Spotted Online

    Together, the live images reveal pretty much everything there is to know about the new device. According to the leaked pictures, the Honor 7 boast a significantly improved build quality, as well as a fingerprint scanner on the rear back side.

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    The upcoming Honor 7 will be crafted out of metal, and will have a large screen, compared to the original Honor 6, says tech site Phone Arena.

    Purported Huawei Honor 6 Successor ‘Honor 7’ Spotted Online

    HTC's new mid-end phone is expected to flaunt a 5.5-inch Full HD screen. The Honor 7 is also said to include a new Kirin 930/ 935 chipset, paired with 3GB of RAM and Android 5.0 Lollipop.

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    The launch of the Honor 7 is critically important for the Chinese handset manufacturer, which is trying to make its Honor brand visible in India, by focusing on online sales channels. The company recently launched the Honor 6 Plus and Honor 4X in the Indian market at Rs 26,499 and Rs 10,499. Both smartphones are available exclusively on Flipkart.

    Purported Huawei Honor 6 Successor ‘Honor 7’ Spotted Online

    At this point, all these details are still speculative and it would be interesting to see what the company would bring to the table this summer. The Honor 6 was unveiled in late 2014 and remains one of our top pick Android smart phones for design, performance and battery life.

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