The Honor 7X appeared in images on TENAA, the Chinese certification center. The phone will have an 18:9 display, two cameras on the back, implemented in the antenna band and a square fingerprint reader.
The phone also appeared on Geekbench, unveiling more specs, including the chipset. The successor of the Honor 6X will come with Kirin 659 SoC, paired with 4 GB RAM.
The listing also reveals that the Huawei Honor 7X will come with Android 7.0 Nougat OS, meaning the Chinese manufacturer will most likely put its in-house EMUI 5.1 on top. Looking at the benchmark results, the single-core run yielded 909 points while the multi-core score was 3,159. The cores of the 16 nm chipset are clocked at 1.71 GHz.
Sources suggest the price tag of the Honor 7X will be between CNY1,799 and CNY2,099 ($270 and $316).
Agree. The Mali T830 MP2 is woefully underpowered. Even the 4 year old Snapdragon 801 has a better GPU!!
Why is Huawei releasing so many variants of the same phone?