Huawei's offshoot brand Honor launched the affordable dual-camera phone, aka the Honor 7X, in China on Wednesday. Honor 7X goes on sale in its home country starting October 17 with multiple colour options: Gold, Aurora Blue and Black. It's powered by an eight-core Kirin 659 processor bundled with Mali-T830 GPU for graphics. Interestingly, the Honor 7X also comes with 5.93-inch Full HD+ (2160 x 1080 pixels) Full View display with an unusual aspect ratio of 18:9 which means much like the recently launched Honor 9i, the Honor 7X is also a near bezel-less phone. Talking about its software fronts, the dual-SIM Honor 7X runs company's proprietary EMUI 5.1 custom UI skin, based on Google's Android 7.1 Nougat operating system. The dual camera has moved from the vertical setup of the Honor 6X to a horizontal one. Successor to the last year's launched Honor 6X, the smartphone is priced at 1299 yuan for 32GB version, 1699 yuan for 64GB variant and 1999 yuan for 128GB version.
The device will be available in India and other markets soon and should start around ₹12,499 in India. The device can be pre-ordered from 17th October in China, and the device will be available in India, Europe and the USA as soon as possible.
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The phone has a unibody metal design. All of these variants, according to the listing, support expandable storage via microSD card (up to 256GB) in a hybrid dual-SIM configuration.
There is fingerprint sensor, 4G VoLTE support, and the usual set of connectivity options on the phone as well. It has a 3,340mAh which is enough to keep it running for a day and we are not sure if it supports flash charging or not.
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It is now available to pre-order and the sales will begin from October 17th. On the front, the device sports an 8MP secondary camera.
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