A new addition to the mid-range segment from Honor, the Honor 9X has been officially launched in Nepal. The device will be available across all major retail stores. So what does the phone offer?
The Honor 9X boasts a 6.59-inch FullVision display and a 2340 x 1080 pixel resolution without a notch, you guessed it right; the Honor 9X becomes the first Honor phone to come with a pop-up camera. The handset gets the classic glass-sandwich design. To the back, it flaunts a gradient back that glistens in X shaped pattern and a fingerprint scanner.
Similarly, you can also see the triple camera array with a 48MP f/1.8 primary sensor accompanied by a secondary 8MP f/2.4 ultrawide sensor and a dedicated 2MP depth sensor. The motorized selfie camera upfront is a 16MP f/2.2 shooter. However, the device is only available in one color which happens to be Sapphire Blue.
Underneath the hood, the Honor 9X is powered by the octa-core HiSilicon Kirin 710F SoC built on the 12nm FinFET process and the graphics duties are handled by the Mali G51 MP4 GPU onboard. Memory wise, we have 128GB of inbuilt storage which can further be expanded via microSD card up to 512GB via hybrid SIM slot. The device packs in 6GB of RAM to back all the heavy lifting.
Just like the previous Honor devices that were known for good battery life, the Honor 9X packs in a sizeable 4,000mAh battery with 10Watt charging via USB Type-C. Also, with 802.11ac WiFi, 4G VoLTE support and GLONASS, connectivity shouldn’t be an issue here. On top of that, the iconic 3.5mm headphone jack makes it to the Honor 9X. Thank you, Honor, for still keeping it.
The specs seem to be interesting for a mid-range device that the Honor 9X is and at the asking price of NPR 29,990, it is a fair deal. But is it truly worth it? Well, it depends on how the device performs. So, stay tuned to enepsters for our full review on the Honor 9X and for more exclusive stuff, make sure you follow us on our social media handles.