The Honor 7S is even more affordable than the 7X, 7C and 7A on British soil, lacking both fingerprint and facial recognition, but sporting a 2:1 screen.
The newly released Honor 7S is smaller and humbler than the 7X, 7C and 7A, as well as incredibly affordable and decently good-looking.
Huawei's online-focused Honor sub-brand is looking to bring the trendy but affordable 7C and 7A smartphones to the Western Hemisphere after the 7X, View 10 and 9 Lite.
The Honor 7A starts at a crazy affordable $125 or so in China with a premium design and three essential modern features: a 2:1 screen, dual rear-facing cameras, and facial recognition.
Looking similar but not identical to the Honor 7X on the outside, the new Honor 7C downgrades screen resolution, processing power and camera technology to start at an absurdly low $140.