Honor 7c discussion thread

Is the three-card and dual-Bluetooth feature something you want?

  • Yes, both are amazing.

    Votes: 9 42.9%
  • Yes, I need the three-card design, not dual-Bluetooth

    Votes: 11 52.4%
  • Yes, I need dual-Bluetooth, not the three-card design

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • No, I don't need either feature

    Votes: 1 4.8%

  • Total voters
    21

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You know what’s annoying. Hybrid card slots that you get in phones. Phones that offer the feature usually claim to offer dual SIM capabilities and expandable storage, but usually fail to mention that you can only choose one of the two. Do you want to use two SIM cards and also get expanded storage? Well, too bad!


With the Honor 7C, this is not a problem. The company offers a three-card design slot, that has space for two SIM cards as well as a microSD card. So you can continue to use your phone without any compromises. Want to use one SIM for calling, one for data and still have plenty of storage space? With the Honor 7C, you can!

This ‘no compromise’ attitude also continues with Bluetooth. The phone offers dual Bluetooth, that lets you connect with two devices at any time. Want to stay connected to your fitness device while you workout, but still use your Bluetooth headphones or headset to listen to your favourite tunes while you work up a sweat? Because you can stay connected to both, no sweat! Err... or is that more sweat? Never mind, you get the idea...


Do you use a phone with a Hybrid SIM slot? Have you ever faced this dilemma of having to choose between a secondary SIM card or a microSD card? Share your experience and comments about this feature, or the lack of it in your current phone.

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Flash

Lost in speed
Certainly, the hybrid slot is annoying for the ones who use Dual SIM + SD Card.

For this very reason, am forced to use SIM Extender in my RN3 with SIM1 + SD inside and the SIM2 is just hanging outside of the SIM tray. It's good that 7c provide separate SD card slot for users like me.
 

topgear

Super Moderator
Staff member
Certainly, the hybrid slot is annoying for the ones who use Dual SIM + SD Card.

For this very reason, am forced to use SIM Extender in my RN3 with SIM1 + SD inside and the SIM2 is just hanging outside of the SIM tray. It's good that 7c provide separate SD card slot for users like me.

That thing though on back looks ugly. Glad so far have not bought any such phone. Recently got Moto G6 Play and Oppo A57 and though aged cpus and specs both have three card design tray.

Anyway, Phones having 64GB or more internal storage like 128GB can get rid of SD card slot.
 
Three card design should be implemented by more manufacturers & is a great feature. Good thing it is making a comeback in ~10k smartphones at least.

Dual Bluetooth is nice to have but not a deal breaker.
 

SilentAssassin

Broken In
Share your experience and comments about this feature or the lack of it in your current phone.
In my Realme1 the hybrid slot is present, but it lacks a fingerprint sensor and the camera quality is not so good. But the Honor 7c has a great camera and fingerprint sensor too and the aluminum body and front glass surely add a premium look. It would be a great competition to middle range phones, like Realme 1.
 

Charchit Sharma

Journeyman
Do you use a phone with a Hybrid SIM slot? Have you ever faced this dilemma of having to choose between a secondary SIM card or a microSD card? Share your experience and comments about this feature, or the lack of it in your current phone.
Do you use a phone with a Hybrid SIM slot?
No, I have Yu Yunique unfortunately.
Have you ever faced this dilemma of having to choose between a secondary SIM card or a microSD card?
No, I have Yu Yunique unfortunately.
Share your experience
To be honest it's good to have three card slot on phones for ease but its hard to get them when considering compatibility and its good that Honor 7C has it and is preferred by all. Dual Bluetooth I think is of no need as there are many Bluetooth devices which have dual connectivity options.
 
Why r their still phones going with hybrid sin slots it sucks really
And if you ever feel useless think of hybrid sim slots

Because 3 card slot takes more space & hybrid is always a better choice than one sim + sd card. I think most people can easily survive with 64GB storage which is becoming the norm these days.
 

SilentAssassin

Broken In
Because 3 card slot takes more space & hybrid is always a better choice than one sim + sd card. I think most people can easily survive with 64GB storage which is becoming the norm these days.
Yes, you're right. Having 128Gb of internal memory makes SD card no use.
 
16 GB is ok if he's using it as a backup phone. 1 TWRP backup takes anywhere from 4 to 7 GB space and that would easily fill the storage up.
Not everyone roots their phone & that phone is his primary phone. He's kind of extreme but just saying.

After living with rooted phones for 3+ years continuously(S2 & Nexus 4), I like using a phone without worrying about the stability of OS & regular maintenance.
 

TechGeek1

Broken In
Having a hybrid slot could be the most toughest decision to make.While movies and games are getting bigger and casual nowadays even 128 gb could reach a chance of not sufficient.On the other hand the dual sim which is a kind of essential cant be ignored.The dual bluetooth doesnt appears a big matter of fact even bluetooth is just for a while.And dont implement EMUI in all of your devices.Just try something new and notice the feedbacks.
 
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Battery life in a smartphone is paramount. After all, what good is a smartphone if it can’t last through an entire day.

The Honor 70 sports a reasonably large 3000mAh battery. However, the phone manages to make the most of the battery capacity.

For starters, the phone comes with a HD+ display and not a FHD+ display. This means that the display uses lower battery power.

Another feature to note is that the phone is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 450 SoC. this particular SoC is the first in the Snapdragon 400-series chipsets to be manufactured using the 14nm process. This means that the chipset is able to offer greater performance, while consuming less power.

The Honor 7C also features Smart Power 5.0. This nifty little feature offers multiple power saving modes. So you can pick one that best suits your needs.

So, What do you think of the power saving features of the Honor 7C? How do you try and conserve battery power. Let your thoughts be known below.

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Akshat Goyal

Right off the assembly line
Yeah I do have a phone with hybrid SIM slot which annoys me a lot as I was always in a dilemma of having to choose between secondary SIM or a microsd card. Every phone should have 3 card slot design just like Honor 7 C which offers a 3 card slot design.
 
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With so many flagship smartphones ditching the fingerprint scanner for facial recognition, it seems like the fingerprint sensor is already passé. However, Honor feels like just because there is an emerging tech in the market, doesn’t mean that we should immediately ditch the old. Especially when it comes to budget smartphones.

Facial unlock seems to be the current trend for smartphones with more and more top-of-the-line phones adopting the trend. The Honor 7C brings the technology down to budget segment.

Setting up the facial recognition system in the Honor 7C takes a few moments. However, once set up, all you need to do to unlock the phone is to just bring it up to your face.

The system then scans your face and determines if it really is you. Once it does that, it unlocks the device for you.

Of course, if you want, you still have the option of unlocking the smartphone sing a fingerprint scanner.

The fingerprint scanner is located on the rear panel of the smartphone, which is where most devices tend to place it. As a result it should be familiar to most users.

As one can see, the Honor 7C offers users the choice of unlocking the phone using either face unlock or your fingerprint. So they can choose the system they are the most comfortable using.

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SilentAssassin

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At least they ditched the notch design in their low budget phones. Honor 7c is a good phone with a good battery of 3000 mah but with OEM the processor is not perfect with the price segment. I love aluminum body design and both facial and fingerprint sensor in price under 10k definitely a good one for average phone users.
 

SaiyanGoku

kamehameha!!
At least they ditched the notch design in their low budget phones. Honor 7c is a good phone with a good battery of 3000 mah but with OEM the processor is not perfect with the price segment. I love aluminum body design and both facial and fingerprint sensor in price under 10k definitely a good one for average phone users.
It is more likely they didn't adopt it in first few phones. Now almost every phone has that abomination of a design.
 
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