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Honor Malaysia delivers the first 500 honor 7 within a couple of hours


Setting a basis to improve its e-commerce experience for its consumers, Honor Malaysia took upon themselves to hand-deliver 500 units of its honor 7 to new owners across the country. The lucky customers from Johor, Penang, Klang Valley, Sabah and Sarawak had managed to get their hands on their units within 3 hours after completing their purchases on

2 hours into the sale, honor managed to fully sell out its 5,000 available units; understanding this, the Director of E-Commerce Malaysia of the brand has sought out to exceed its customers’ expectation by providing same day delivery. This priority delivery service is made possible through a special arrangement in partnership with Citylink.

Malaysia itself, had the honor 7 revealed a week back during the official launch and those who registered their interest were also entitled to redeem a RM 50 discount voucher that can be used for their purchase. Since its launch, they had received 82,000 interest registrations and the first 1,000 additionally received a free 32GB microSD card.


Amongst the lucky few were a Kuching native, Kino Sim, who received the device as a surprise gift from his girlfriend. While in KL, Mandy Kuak received the same visit as well. These two excitedly placed orders in the morning and received their honor 7s in 3 hours. The former raved about the device’s practicality and powerful internals that set the honor 7 apart from its competitors.

If you haven’t heard of the honor 7, it is a new 5.2-inch flagship that runs a 64-bit Octa-core Kirin 935 processor that’s mated to 3GB of RAM. For storage, the device gets just 16GB on board but you do get the option to add more using the hybrid 2nd SIM/MicroSD slot that accepts up to 128GB extra.

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The unibody metal design device carries two cameras; 20-megapixels on the rear, equip with an f/2.0 aperture lens, while the front has an 8-megapixel shutter, brightened by a soft flash if you need it. The honor 7 is juiced by a 3,100 mAh battery, it can charge up pretty quick; 0-50% in 30 minutes, provided you have the optional fast charger. For greater security, you’ll find a squarish finger-print sensor at the back which unlocks in a split second upon a single touch.

The honor 7 is priced at RM1,399, you’ll get to choose from either Mystery Grey or Fantasy Silver colours. Want to learn more about this honor flagship? Watch our hands-on video below: