Can't get an Honor 7 direct from Huawei? It's Superbuy to the rescue

Site promises delivery in 48 hours

Huawei has unfortunately taken a notch out of Xiaomi's book by making its latest Honor flagship, the Honor 7 only available on select periods at its official Malaysian store. If you've fancied one for a while, head on over to retail site Superbuy instead.

The price is the same as the official RRP - RM1,399. You might potentially miss out on some non-essential freebies from Huawei but if all you want and need is the phone, the Superbuy delivers within 48 hours and throws in free shipping to boot.

Superbuy offers the phone in silver and grey though for accessories you'll still have to go over to for Huawei's range of accessories for the device, which are rather limited.

Specs-wise, the phone is powered by a Kirin 935 octa-core processor clocked at 2.2GHz, 3GB of RAM, 16GB of flash storage with microSD support, a 5.2-inch full HD screen, dual-SIM, LTE, A-GPS, 20MP  rear camera and 8MP selfie camera, 3,100mAh battery and a fingerprint sensor. What might be a dealbreaker? No NFC, but seeing as the OnePlus 2 is also absent the feature, you could still consider the phone if you want a nicely-specced phone without breaking the bank.