Huawei Honor 7 now available to buy internationally (kind of)

Thomas Wellburn
July 21, 2015

Chinese e-commerce retailer Oppomart is now stocking the Huawei Honor 7 for international shipping.

The device is listed on the website at a price of £276.02, though anybody looking to buy would need to take into account additional VAT and shipping charges. The news comes shortly after Huawei confirmed that they will definitely be selling the Honor 7 in Europe. The company released a short YouTube promotional video to announce the news, though no official date has been announced.


The Honor 7 has so far been a huge success in China, selling out within two minutes and generating 2 million preorders within 12 hours. If it enjoys even a fraction of the success here it in the UK, it will be deemed a huge success. The Huawei Honor 7 is an upper-mid range device which sits just below current flagships, offering top-tier performance at a competitive price. With a 64-bit 2.2 GHz Kirin 935 processor, 3 GB of RAM, a whopping 3,100 mAh battery and a huge 20 megapixel camera, it has more than enough muscle to stand up against the best devices currently available.

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