Honor has been quite busy so far in 2018. Towards the beginning of the year, it debuted the Honor 7X and View10 for the United States, and just last month it released the Honor 7C overseas. Now the firm is back at it again, giving birth to a new handset dubbed the Honor 7A.
With a price tag starting at ¥799, which is around $127 USD, you can't expect the best, but the Honor 7A packs quite an assortment of features like its 5.7-inch 720p 18:9 display, a Snapdragon 430 processor, and can be picked up in either a 2GB or 3GB RAM configuration, with 32GB of internal storage, and microSD card support.
The phone will also have a dual camera setup utilizing a 13MP and 2MP sensor on the rear and an 8MP front-facing camera. The smartphone will also offer facial recognition as a form of unlocking the phone, which has become quite common as of late. If that isn't to your liking, you will also be able to use a more traditional means of unlocking the phone, with the rear fingerprint reader.
As for power, the device will have a micro-USB port and will pack a 3,000mAh battery. Despite its price, the handset will arrive with Android Oreo and the EMUI skin. The firm has not announced plans for this device's release in the U.S. or Europe but those in Asia can certainly take advantage.