Chinese technology company Huawei’s sub-brand Honor will be launching its Honor 9X on July 23. The company has announced on its official Weibo account that the smartphone will be launched in China on the abovementioned date. Honor has also shared a poster on the website, however, that obviously does not mention the price, specifications, and the availability of the device. The handset is the successor of Honor 8X smartphone that was launched in September 2018 in China and came to India a month later.
Recently, the Honor 9X was leaked on the web and some of its specifications and details were leaked. According to the leaked details, the smartphone will be launched in the mid-range segment. Here’s a look at all that we know about the smartphone till now:
Honor 9X specifications and details (expected)
According to the leaks, the Honor 9X is expected to be powered by the 7nm Huawei Kirin 810 SoC and will pack 3,750mAh battery that will have support for 10W charging. The handset will reportedly come with a triple camera set up on its rear panel that will comprise of a 24MP primary sensor, a 2MP super wide lens, and a 2MP depth sensor. The device is expected to come with a 20MP selfie snapper. It is speculated that the device will either have a 6.5- or 6.7-inch LCD display.
Honor 9X Pro rumoured specifications and details (expected)
According to a recent report, the company will also be launching Honor 9X Pro along with the regular variant of the handset. Recently, a Chinese leakster @RODENT950 has revealed on his Twitter account that says that the device will feature s 6.5 inches or 6.7-inch LED display with a hole punch camera. The device is expected to be powered by 7nm HiSilicon Kirin 810 SoC and it will house a 4,000mAh battery that will have support for 20W fast charging. The back panel of the Honor 9X Pro will have a 3D glass design. According to the leaks, the device comes with a quad camera setup that will consist of a 48MP Sony IMX582 main sensor, an 8MP wide-angle lens, a 2MP macro lens and a 2MP sensor for bokeh effect. The device is reported to have an integrated NPU, that would also power the Huawei Nova 5 smartphone.
Currently, there is only news about the China launch of the smartphone. So, Indian buyers will have to wait a bit more to get their hands on their smartphones.
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