Honor 9X: Company’s Next Blockbuster Appears in Teaser

Once again! Honor is going to spice up the customers with another nascency. We all know how Honor 8X just rocked the mobile industry with its mind-blowing specs. The company is ready to roll out Honor 9X in the next week, but before its arrival, the Huawei subsidiary revealed the phone’s back design. The upcoming device will be powered by Kirin 810, so we can call it a  midranger. The three cameras will be positioned on the back and you will find a fingerprint scanner on the side of the phone as we experienced in the 20 and Honor 20 Pro.

Get Ready to Experience an Another Blockbuster: The Honor 9X

Honor 9X: Company's Next Blockbuster Appears in Teaser

TENAA has also revealed the design of the device along with a full specs sheet but it doesn’t publish the images yet. Two phones appeared on the website with model numbers HLK-AL00 and HLK-TL00 and will have up to 8 GB RAM, 256 GB storage and a microSD slot for up to 512 gigs more for all the internal memory.

However, in the images, we can see three cameras on the back of the phone but TENAA listing is suggesting three that the device will have only two cameras at the rear (48 MP main + 2 MP depth sensor). Well, it is also giving an indication that we might see it in the upcoming 9X Pro. However, the specs shoot shows that the difference between the variants is only the amount of cameras, so then the Honor 9X Pro will also have a 6.59” LCD.

Moreover, the device will be backed a battery with at least 3,900 mAh charge and run on the Android 9-based EMUI 9.0 (or probably 9.1). The device has a massive weight of 206 grams. The resolution is 163. 1 x 77.2 x 8.8 mm, that makes it a big device with an impressive design.

We will update you if we get more details about the device before its launch on July 23 in China.

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