Huawei’s Honor division has a V line of devices which has been the main one they run on, but they have also created a new X line for affordable Honor units. With the last one being the Honor 8X, the UK markets is now getting a new Honor 9X.
This launch is significant because it could be the last time when Huawei could release a unit of this type with Android apps on it – owing to the current trade war between the US and China.
A good look at the Honor 9X reveals a 6.59-inch device which carries a 16MP pop up selfie camera on the front. Already, those are mind-blowing specs for what is supposed to be an affordable phone.
On top of that, we have three rear cameras on this device – rated at 48MP, 8MP and 2MP. These cameras are kept company by a fingerprint sensor on the rear of the unit too.
A look under the hood reveals the Kirin 810 chipset paired with a 4000mAh battery.
While the phone has been confirmed for the UK market, the date of availability or what it would retail at in this region is yet to be known. In the coming days, we should find that out.