The smartphone comes in Midnight Black, Platinum Gold, and Aurora Blue color options. The Honor 6X was launched about a year ago to critical acclaim and the Honor 7X doesn't disappoint in the least, with it adhering to the tradition set by its predecessors-that of high value for minimal cost.
After a short wait and plenty of rumors, Honor has finally debuted its latest handset, the Honor 7X.
A more than fair price to pay for an nearly surprisingly good-looking metal-clad big guy with a trendy 2:1 aspect ratio, FHD+ display resolution (2160 x 1080 pixels), and relatively thin bezels. Huawei has fitted the Honor 7X with 16MP and 2MP cameras on the back; typically, the difference in megapixels is not as significant.
The WaterPlay sports a large 10.1-inch display with QXGA (1920 x 1200 pixels) resolution and features an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera.
Powering the Honor 7X is Huawei's in-house octa-core Kirin 659 processor with Mali-T830 MP2 GPU. There are two storage variants available: 32GB or 128GB, also there is no MicroSD card slot, but it does have a hybrid dual SIM slot - for those of you who need it. If it launches in India, it will be the next big release after Honor 9i that was launched a few days back. In terms of software, Honor 7X runs on Android 7.0 Nougat with EMUI 5.1.
The device features full metal unibody solution with premium metal finish all around the world. The front camera is 8MP and there is no front flash. It also has a fingerprint sensor embedded in the home button.
Coming to the battery, the device offers a 3340 mAh Li-ion battery with fast charging capability (up to 18 wats) along with support for USB OTG. What do you think about the Honor 7X?