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Honor introduces its first smartphone with an 18:9 FullView Display

11 October 2017, 03:47 | Jodi Jackson

Honor introduces its first smartphone with an 18:9 FullView Display

Honor introduces its first smartphone with an 18:9 FullView Display

The Honor 7X comes with a 5.93-inch full HD+ display with 2160 x 1080 pixels resolution and 18:9 aspect ratio. It will be available on Vmall, JD.com, Suning, and Tmall as from 17th of October. The successor to the last year's Honor 6X, the high-end Android smartphone features a large 18:9 display and comes in three variants. The smartphone comes with a 16MP + 2MP cameras at the rear and an 8MP front shooter for selfies. The Honor 7X features a duo of 16-megapixel and 2-megapixel rear cameras, and an 8-megapixel front-facing camera. The RAM is fixed at 4GB, but the storage ranges from 32GB to 128GB and theres room for a microSD card on the hybrid dual SIM slot.

The Honor 7X has been priced at 1,299 CNY for the 32GB storage variant, 1,699 CNY for the 64GB storage variant and 1,999 CNY for the 128GB storage variant. A growing number of cheap Honor phones are starting to make it on their own across European markets and even stateside. The phone also supports 3D surround sound and is IP67-certified for splash resistance. The dual camera setup, in case of the Honor 7X, consists of a 16-megapixel + 2-megapixel setup assisted with phase detection autofocus and LED flash.

According to Honor, the 7X will be offered in Gold, Blue and Black colours.

The Honor 7X is powered by a 3,340mAh battery. The smartphone also support Huawei's SuperCharge fast charging technology using the 9V/2A (18W) power adapter. The new Honor 7X also features onscreen navigation buttons and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, located on the rear panel of the smartphone.

The first thing you notice looking at the Honor 7X is just how large it is.

It is now available to pre-order and the sales will begin from October 17th.

Out of the box, it runs on EMUI 5.1 that's based on Android 7.0 Nougat. The Honor 7X will soon go on sale in the U.S, India, and Europe.

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