Unboxing The Honor 7X

Unboxing The Honor 7X

Underneath, it would be powered by a Kirin 970 chipset clubbed in with RAM of 6 GB and either a native storage of 64 GB or 128 GB internal storage, reports GSMArena.

At the back, Honor V10 will have 16MP+20MP dual camera setup with LED Flash while on the front it will have a 13MP snapper. By the looks of it, Honor intends to bring bezel-less phones that target both the budget and mid-range segments with the 7X and V10, respectively. The expected price of the Honor V10 is $452.

Although the Honor 7X will be announced in the United Kingdom on December 5, it's not clear what date it'll be launching in the UAE, Saudi Arabia and the rest of the Middle East. The V10 will also come with a headphone jack, placed on the bottom of the phone. On the front, it carries an 8MP camera for selfie enthusiasts. You can expect the device to be priced roughly around the same when it goes on sale in India. You can either use a second SIM card or can use a microSD card to expand the phone's memory upto 256GB.

Huawei sub-brand Honor is planning to close 2017 with the launch of another edge-to-edge smartphone following the Honor 9i and Honor 7X.

We need more time and accurate pricing information for the Honor 7X to make a full judgement of the phone, but right now everything we've seen from the device is positive. The good thing for users is that Honor V10 will be running on Android 8.0 Oreo with EMUI 8.0 skin on top. From the Apple iPhone X, Samsung Galaxy S8, and the LG V30, the 18:9 aspect ratio is all the rage for flagship phones, eliminating the unsightly border around your phone in favor of maximizing screen real estate.



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