Huawei has confirmed that they are bringing the Huawei Honor 9X into the United Kingdom and Europe shortly – and that it’ll operate Google apps. Honor has verified that the Honor 9X, which started in China this summer, will come to the United Kingdom and Europe – and we could expect it fairly soon.
The 9X is the provider’s first phone to feature a pop-up selfie camera, which gives it almost bezel less 6.59-inch front screen. Other headline specs include 48MP primary camera and one of Honor’s signature striking glass finishes, this time with a X made of reflective geometric diamond cut tiles on a tile phone rear.
Honor 9X Price & Release Date:
The business would not commit to a particular date to the phone’s European launch, that was teased in August, but hinted that we need to hear more in the coming weeks, so there is probably will not be long to wait for.
Honor also remained tight lipped on pricing, though expect it to be cheap. The previous Honor 8X found at £230 in the united kingdom, and the 9X is very likely to be equally competitive, which could make it among the best Honor phones. In Europe it’ll be available in sapphire blue and midnight black in one configuration: 6GB Memory with 128GB storage.
Honor 9X Specifications:
One intriguing note is that this really seems to be a hybrid between the Honor 9X and the 9X Pro – it’s the 6GB Memory and 128GB storage arrangement of the 9X, however the triple camera collection of China’s Pro model, with 48Mp primary camera combined by a 2Mp depth sensor and 8Mp ultra-wide.
The latter of which doesn’t feature in the foundation 9X which was released in China. The European model also has a fingerprint sensor on the trunk, while it is on the face of the device from the Chinese variants. A Kirin 710 chip battery, USB-C charging, and headset jack round out the fairly competitive specs list.
There’s no IP rating and no NFC. But both are omissions at this price tag. Honor claims that the phone has been tested for water and dust resistance. Even though it does not have the proper rating.
Honor Band 5 Sport and Sport Pro Headphones:
Alongside the Honor 9X, the company also unveiled two brand new goods joining its expanding range. To start, the Honor Band 5 Sport is a cheaper, sportier take on the Band 5 gym tracker which omits the color display.
But adds in six axis motion tracking and a shoelace clip. So it can double as a watch or clip. On your shoes to analyze your gait, stride, and more while jogging, biking, or via various sports. There are headphones too.
The Honor Sport Pro Bluetooth neck-buds offer 18 hours of music playback off a single charge. With an exceptional solution to pairing: a USB-C plug is concealed in the in line remote. It may be utilized to instantly pair the headphones with your phone. So long as it is a Honor or Huawei handset, that is.
No release date or pricing have been confirmed yet. Either the Band 5 Sport or the Sport Pro headphones. But we are anticipating more information very soon.
Honor 9X Google Apps Support:
We could confirm that the cellphone will come with access to Google applications is no longer a guaranteed. Following the launching of Huawei’s Mate 30 series. That is since the 9X passed Google’s accreditation for its Chinese launching. Before Huawei is added to the US trade black list. Therefore it’ll continue to get Google applications and upgrades. Including a planned upgrade to Android 10, although it’ll ship with 9.