Honor says the Android Marshmallow OTA replace will attain their gadget in 24-forty eight hours from the time of registration. The post has a link in it asking Honor 7 customers to register their personal details for the over-the-air (OTA) update. The smartphone features a 5.2-inch IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen display with a Full HD 1080p resolution, which gives it a 424 dpi pixel density. The smartphone was announced back in October and went on sale on Flipkart for Rs 22,999 in the same month. An update for the G3 is now rolling out that will update the device to Android 6.0. Honor 7 sports activities a 20MP rear digital camera with PDAF and twin LED flash.
Meanwhile, Android Authority recently reported that the new Enhanced Edition of the Honor 7 has just been announced. Now that the market is so saturated and competition is fiercer than ever, OEMs seem to be taking note of how supporting their top-shelf handsets for longer periods will leave a positive impression in users and potentially help the brand sell more units in the long term.
The internal memory improvement gets default storage increase from 16 GB to 32 GB. A microSD card slot is also present, with support for up to 128GB. It packs a 3100mAh battery and also sports an Infrared port.
The Honor 7 Enhanced Edition has already been made available in China with a price tag set at 1999 Yuan (approximately $310), while the regular model has seen its price drop to 1799 Yuan ($278). LG often uses Poland as a tested for OS updates shortly before issuing a global rollout, so G3 owners - brace yourselves, you are in for some sweet, sweet Marshmallow in the beginning of 2016.