Chinese brand Huawei is poised to expand the Honor 7X to other parts of the globe including the United States as it hopes to usher in a dash of eastern flair in a market that’s so dominated by western technology.
Following its official announcement earlier last month, the Huawei Honor 7X follows the digital footsteps of the aptly named Honor 6X: it was, according to 9to5Google, one of 2016’s “underrated budget smartphones” with its sexy bezels and powerful innards to boot. Huawei’s keen judgment to produce an affordable yet capable device moved along the avenue where consumers are always on the hunt for something new that could keep up with their fast and ever-changing lifestyle.
The blog added that the Huawei Honor 7X won’t carry something special now that it’s going global. It will still go along and “play off the current trend in the smartphone market” with an 18:9, 2160 x 1080 Full HD display screen, wrapped in what the company claims to be a “bezel-light” and “Full View” 5.93-inch facade.
In addition, the Honor 7X comes with a new Kirin 659 CPU alongside an octa-core chip with a Mali-T830 MP2 graphics card. 4GB of RAM will run the show while storage capacity starts at 32GB and goes up to 128GB. The Huawei Honor 7X will run on Android Nougat right out of the box and EMUI 5.1. The handheld is a metal-clad and has both a 16MP and 2MP dual camera setup at the back plus an 8MP snapper up front.
There’s no information about the specifics of Huawei’s decision to branch out of China, but we have the Green light from the company. The Huawei Honor 7X starts at CNY1,300 ($196 USD) for the base model and CNY2,000 ($300 USD) for the 128GB variant. 9to5Google says that “more information” will be available on December 5.