Huawei has just showed off the brand new mid-ranger and affordable device that will certainly beat a few devices in its category.
Huawei has just unveiled the new Honor 7X mid-ranger with an affordable price, great display and a powerful chipset.
The device comes with a 5.93″ IPS LCD display. In terms of size, it’s 5.5″ wide, the rest goes towards the height. It also has a 18:9 aspect ratio with 1080 x 2160 resolution (~407ppi). The side of the display also has a 2.5D glass to make it look seamless.
It’s powered by Huawei’s own Kirin 659 chipset and 4GB of RAM. There are two storage variants available: 32GB or 128GB, also there is no MicroSD card slot, but it does have a hybrid dual SIM slot – for those of you who need it.
The phone comes with Android 7.0 Nougat and EMUI 5.1.
It has 3340 mAh battery inside as well as the ‘old’ MicroUSB port on the bottom. We certainly would have like this more if it was USB-C, oh well, hopefully next year!
The camera has been updated too, over it’s predecessor – it has a 16MP main camera and a 2MP secondary one. The selfie shooter is 8MP.
The fingerprint reader is on the back in a centered position, just like it was on the 6X.
It will be available in black, blue and white/gold colour variants.
The Honor 7X will go on sale in China on 17 October for CNY 1300 – 32GB (or about $200/€170), while the 64GB version will cost CNY 1700 ($260/€220), for the 128GB model Huawei is asking CNY 2000 ($300, €260)