Honor has introduced its new mid-range smartphone, which is the Honor 7X.
It is the direct successor of last year’s Honor 6X model, which was a more favorable version of the flagship model Honor 8, and now is the new 7X cheaper alternative to the flagship Honor 9.
While the 6X stands out from other cheap phones thanks to two rear cameras that are usually part of the more expensive devices, Honor hopes that the 7X will draw attention to its 5.93-inch Fullview screen, which is close to the design of premium and costly smartphones with minimal edges, such as the Galaxy S8 or iPhone X. The Honor 7X has a fingerprint sensor and a casing entirely made of metal.
Specifications are central, so it has got Huawei’s Kirin 659 processor, 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of internal memory and a 3.340 mAh battery. The Smartphone does not have a USB-C port, it is not waterproof or supports NFC, and it does not have the capability of wireless charging.
The price is not yet known, as is the start date of the sale. More details will be available on December 5th.