Chinese company Huawei’s sub-brand Honor’s latest mid-range Honor 7X has just unveiled in CHina, with a taller 18:9 Display, and a Dual-Camera on the rear. The smartphone price starts from CNY 1,300 (~$200) for 32GB Version, CNY 1,700 (~$260) for 64GB variant and CNY 2,000 (~$300) for 128GB variant. The design on the rear of the smartphone resembles the company’s one of the latest flagships Honor 8 Pro with the dual-camera, except the body material. The smartphone is encased within a metal unibody design, featuring a conventional pair of antenna lines, and the fingerprint scanner mounted in the same old position.
Concerning the Hardware properties of the Honor 7X, the smartphone comes with a 5.93-inch IPS LCD Display with an aspect ratio of 18:9, with the same old width but an elongated height to top. However, there are some visible bezels on the sies, so deploying the device with 18:9 display actually did not make any mean in terms of bezels. The display has a FHD+ resolution ( 1080 x 2160px), with a 2.5D glass on top. The smartphone is powered with Huawei’s HiSilicon Octa-Core Kirin 659 SoC, which also powers recently launched Honor 9i mid-ranger The device comes mainly in three different variants- 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB, whereas the RAM for three of the variants is fixed at 4 gigabytes.
The Honor 7X smartphone has a combo of 16MP+2MP lenses on the primary camera department, though the selfie snapper is of 8MP. Under the hood, it has a 3,340 mAh battery pack juicing the entire hardware. The smartphone will be available in China, according to the company, by October 17. As usual, they will extend the device availability to more countries, including India and Several European Countries.