Huawei has just launched another phone under its Honor sub brand called the Honor 7X, in China. The phone comes with a bezel-less display and an 18:9 aspect ratio for its screen.
With the launch of the Honor 7X, Huawei has officially forayed into the bezel-less smartphone market that is now becoming quite popular with other global manufacturers. The phone has a 5.93 inch screen with 1080X2160 pixel resolution encased in a 2.5 D curved glass. The phone will run on Android 7.0 Nougat along with Huawei's EMUI 5.1.
The phone is powered by the Kirin 659 chipset which includes eigh Cortex A53 cores and is paired alongside the Mali -T830 MP2 GPU. The phone has a RAM of 4 GB and internal storage variants ranging from 32 GB to 128 GB with the option of extending the storage via a micro-SD card.
In terms of optics the phone has a dual-camera setup with one lens having a 16 MP sensor and the other a 2 MP sensor. The front of the phone has 8 MP selfie shooter. The fingerprint sensor is placed at the back of the phone.
The phone has a 3,3340 mAh battery and has micro-USB port instead of a type-C connector along with dual-SIM suppoer out of which one slot is hybrid. The phone will be going on sale in China from 17 October at a price of 1,300 CNY ( around Rs 13,000) for the 32 GB variant , 1,700 CNY (around Rs 17,000) for the 64 GB variant and 2,000 CNY (around Rs 20,000) for the 128 GB variant. No release date for the Indian markets is currently known.