After launching Honor 7C and Huawei Y9 (2018), the company hasn’t stopped it for readying up ambitious mid-range smartphones. A new render suggests that the upcoming Huawei Y7 (2018) will sport a fullscreen display and like other recent Huawei smartphones, with 18:9 screen aspect ratio.
According to a render by AndroidHeadlines, Huawei’s upcoming mid-range smartphone Huawei Y7 (2018) will feature a fullscreen display, with a possible aspect ratio of 18:9. The rumors also have suggested that the handset will be powered by the company’s own Kirin 659 processor under the hood and sport a 3GB of RAM.
The image render reveals that there is a single front-facing camera sensor. Additionally, there is a rear fingerprint sensor so it has a quite different design element changes when compared to its predecessor.
The rear part is also visible, in which a single camera sensor paired with an LED flash and the fingerprint sensor placed below it. You can also find the 3.5 mm jack on the bottom edge, while the right one (looking at the smartphone front) hosts the power button and volume rocker.
Huawei Y7 (2018) will feature 32GB of native storage, it is very likely that Y7 (2018) may have only a slightly smaller screen and very similar technical features, except for the main camera with a single sensor. The render comes out with the date of April 15, so it could be its official release date, practically in about a month.