The new early bird Honor 9X packs a wide and bezelless screen with crisp graphics, the underlying design is also promising and offers an everyday experience and mid-range game play that is clutter-free. The model is appealing and in the hand it feels good. The cameras take good photos and memory can be extended for everyday use. The battery should last about a day with regular use. However, it lacks a dedicated memory card slot.
A Mid-range blockbuster from Honor
Display and Camera
The Honor 9X swanks a 6.59-inch Full HD+ IPS LCD display with 1.080x 2.340 pixel screen resolution resulting in a 391 PPI pixel density. With CMOS image sensor, PDAF and LED light, it flashes 48MP + 2MP rear lens in the camera department. At the front of the camera, a 16MP lens takes nice pictures.
Battery and Configuration
The Honor 9X carries a medium Li-Po 4,000mAh battery that lasts about a day. A dual-core and hexacore processor with a clock speed of 2.27GHz and 1.88GHz is provided to serve as the system’s brain and sits on a 810 HiSilicon Kirin chipset. It has also been followed by a 4 GB RAM. The graphic specifications of the machine are handled by a Mali-G52 MP6 GPU. With this combination regular, the experience feels smooth. You can enjoy this slim device in four color variants.
Storage and Connectivity
The Honor 9X packs an adequate internal memory of 64 GB and can be expanded up to 512 GB and supports USB OTG. Storage should not be an issue for daily use. 9X is a hybrid slot dual nano-SIM smartphone that supports up to 4 G VoLTE. It also contains Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. A-GPS and Glonass provide the position. The phone has a port of 2.0 microUSB and an audio jack of 3.5 mm.