STATES CHRONICLE – We’re all familiar with smart phones, aren’t we? Sure, some of us might have resisted going with the flow for a while, but we eventually realized that smartphones are indeed the way of the future. Or that of the present. And major companies have known that for years. Now, according to CEO George Zhao, Huawei is to launch Honor model in US during January’s CES.
Huawei has been making quite a stir in the ranks of ICT providers, and for good reason. With its quality models and not so steep prices, it’s no wonder that the company is one of the global leaders in its particular area of expertise.
In January, according to George Zhao, the President of the Honor Global branch of Huawei, the Honor 7 model smartphone is going to be released to the American masses during one of the most important events of the year in global consumer electronics and consumer technology, CES.
The event takes place every year in January in Las Vegas, Nevada, and representatives from all the leading and non-leading IT and ICT companies usually make an appearance. The CES convention, short for Consumer Technology Association, has been taking place for over 40 years, and currently hosts over 3,600 exhibiting companies.
The Honor 7 model is Huawei’s current flagship, and is a huge success on Asian markets. The phone has been out since this summer, and it became an almost instant success.
With its 5.2-inch screen being able to support a 1080 x 1920 resolution, as well as its 20MP camera at the back of the unit, and its 8MP front camera, the phone will most likely be an instant success, coming in price-wise at an average of $500, although the price does vary significantly depending from where you’re purchasing it.
For their money’s worth, buyers will be able to enjoy the device’s home-grown Kirin 935 chipset its octa-core 2.2GHz CPU, as well as its 3GB of RAM, along with 16GB of expandable storage.
The device’s battery is of the 3100mAh variety, and a fingerprint scanner also calls the Honor 7 model ‘home’.
The phone comes with Android 5.1 already installed, although that might change with the American release.
Honor’s CEO, George Zhao, made the announcement regarding the phone’s American release during a press conference at the brand’s 2 year anniversary, and said that more information will be presented to the public in January, at CES.
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