After the successful release of Honor Play, the Chinese company is now settling for a new device. The new smartphone has crossed the TENAA revealing some of its specifications. Honor has been over the manufacturing of the device months ago as the reports said. Going by the name, the smartphone is codenamed Honor 8X and will be a successor to Honor 7X.
Honor 7X was released back in 2017 December having 4GB RAM and Kirin 659 SoC. The price of the smartphone is now Rs 11,999 and is available on Amazon. Another device Honor Play is priced at Rs 19999 having 4GB RAM and Kirin 970 SoC. Other specs are 6.3″ FHD + LCD display, 16-MP front and 3750 mAh battery.
Specifications of Alleged Honor 8X:
Coming to the newly surfaced device, it is informal Honor device surfaces showing the model number ARE-AL00. This smartphone comes on TENAA disclosing its features. Firstly, at the top, it shows a V-shaped notch holding the selfie sensor. The new oriented notch design is way better than iPhone’s notch. There will be an octa-core Snapdragon processor which might be 636 or 660. The main attribute which will captivate the fans is Full HD display of 7.12-inches having a resolution of 2244 x 1080 pixels. The base variant of this device will come with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage.
Other features on the TENAA listing says the new Honor smartphone will come in Red, Black and Blue color choices. The thickness of 8.13 mm and weight of 210 grams. Initially, it will carry Android 8.1 Oreo and might get the update of Android P. Dual camera configuration of 16+ 2 megapixels is present behind with LED flash. While the front sensor is of 8 megapixels. The camera specs are much like Honor 7X. Moreover, there is an enormous 4900 mAh battery capacity providing long hours in case of no electricity and fingerprint sensor for unlocking the phone faster. The device is going through all certifications sites and soon will present its launch date through a teaser. Here are two attributes with increased strength, they are Display and Battery. After observing the specs, we conclude that Honor is doing somewhat like Xiaomi did on launching Mi Max 3.