Huawei Honor 9X has been released on the Indian market. The device is marketed as a sequel to the popular Honor 8X and carries some significant updates that will make a lot of customers happy. One of the notable highlights is represented by the introduction of a motorized selfies camera.
During the launch event, Huawei has also showcased a new line of Honor wearables, among which we can count the Honor Band 5i and the Honor Magic Watch 2. The latter packs all the features of the Huawei Watch GT 2. Below you can find a brief review of the device along with our impressions.
Huawei Honor 9X Review
The display is an essential component for many prospective customers who wish to purchase a device. Honor 9X comes with an impressive 6.59-INCH panel that offers an immersive 1080 x 2340 Full HD resolution.
There is no trace of a notch, and the bezels around the panel are quite slim. Thanks to vivid colors and excellent contrast, it is a solid choice for those who love to watch video content on their smartphones.
The mighty octa-core Kirin 710 chipset is paired with 4GB or 6GB RAM and delivers an impressive experience. A whopping 128GB of built-in storage space will offer the option to download or store a large number of files without problems.
Mobile gamers will enjoy the superior GPU Turbo 3.0 technology, which improves gaming performance. The device can handle several tasks at the same time without any problems and is strong enough to support titles like PUBG, Fortnite, and Asphalt 9.
Smile for the camera
A trio of cameras comes with the ability to shoot impressive images. The star is the primary 48MP sensor with an f/1.8 aperture. It is accompanied by an 8MP ultra-wide-angle sensor and a 2MP depth-mapping camera. The list of camera features includes a dedicated night mode, and the 16MP selfies camera is quite impressive. Honor 9X is a solid mid-range device at an affordable price.
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