Honor, the Huawei’s brand division, expands its 18:9 screens and dual cameras smartphone portfolio by unveiling the Honor 7x, which comes with decent specs and decent prices.
Honor 7x sports a 5.93-inci Full HD+ (2,160×1,080px) bezel-less display, with a 18:9 screen ratio, and under the hood it hides a Kirin 659 octa-core processor and a Mali-T830 MP2 GPU. The phone has 4GB of RAM as a standard, but is offered in three variants of internal storage: 32GB, 64GB and 128GB. There also a hybrid microSD slot.
The photo department is comprised by a dual rear camera, a 16MP+2MP combo, and an 8MP frontal camera for selfie and video calls. There’s also a fingerprint reader at the back, Android 7.0 Nougat with EMUI 5.1 on board and all of these specs are fueled by a 3,340mAh battery.
The Honor 7X will go on sale in China on October 17 and will start from CNY 1,300 ($200/€170) for the 32GB version. 64GB is CNY 1,700 ($260/€220) and the top 128GB model is CNY 2,000 ($300/€260). Although it’ll be available in China first, the phone might get to other markets as well.