It's captivating, it's immersive, it's powerful, and it's cheap - that's the Honor 9X Pro! There is a catch, of course, and it's the absence of anything Google on board. It's a problem that you can live with, but the most important question is whether the Honor 9X Pro is worth that hassle.
The global version of the Honor 9X Pro isn't that different from the Google-friendly Honor 9X, but it has one tempting advantage - the more powerful Kirin 810 chip.
But it's one very intriguing smartphone with dazzling looks, powerful hardware, a capable camera, and an instant eye-grabber - an immersive notch-free display. It has lots of RAM and storage, too, and the battery should last you quite long.
The Honor 9X Pro is running on Android 9 Pie with EMUI 9.1 by Huawei, and it has the new Huawei Mobile Services that come to replace Google's. The AppGallery is available, sure, and its app catalog is still growing. If you can't find your favorite apps there are a few workarounds so we figured we should give the Honor 9x Pro a chance.
We'd say we are missing some proper fast charging, splash protection, and a newer Android OS, but then again, we are looking at a €250 smartphone so we might forgive a few ommissions here and there if everything else checks out.
I disagree. Apps are what makes a smartphone and a smartphone that doesn't have such a platform as Playstore (that has this humongous collection of Apps) preinstalled in it, especially when we take into account that there are other devices out there ...
I can see all recent Honor and Huawei devices recieve low rating even tho GSMA praises them overall. Is it because they lack Google services? I don't think it's fair to lower the score because of this.
Every thing is excellent google must be because I m using your honor9x mobile & I want to buy an another honor9x pro mobile phone. Thanks