Honor recently released their latest mid range offering in the form of the Honor 7X. This device follows up the Honor 6X and comes with a number of interesting additions.
Honor 7X design and display
the device features a metal unibody design which is no different to the device it is replacing. According to the company, this smartphone will be 2.7 mm slimmer than the iPhone 7 which has a thickness of 7.3 mm.
the Honor 7X follows the trend of 2017 by offering a screen that has an 18:9 aspect ratio. The display is quite large at 5.93 inches with a Full HD + resolution and 408 PPI. The fingerprint sensor has been switched to the back to accommodate the display while a 3.5 mm headphone jack can be found at the bottom of the phone too.
Honor 7X camera
Similar to its predecessor, Honor’s device has a dual camera set up at the back. One is a 16 MP lens and the other is a 2 MP depth sensing lens. On paper this should allow for better Portrait Mode pictures. The front facing camera is an 8 MP lens that presents depth of field features to play around with, as well as selfie effects and a beauty mode.
Specs on the Honor 7X
The chipset used on the phone is one made by Honor. However, since this is a mid range offering, it does not have a high end processor. It makes use of the Kirin 659 processor with 4 GB of RAM to back it up. 64GB of internal storage is available with a Micro SD present for those who want more storage. That slot can also be used for a second sim should you wish so. It runs Android 7, overlaid with the company’s Emotion UI. The battery included in the device is 3,340mAh.