Huawei announced it will unveil Honor V9 on February 21 - the week before MWC. The device has a ChinaMobile branding on its back, indicating its China-exclusive status. But according to a company insider the device will go global just under a different name. The V9 will be rebranded to Honor 8 Pro and revealed at the Huawei event on February 27 in Barcelona.
The Honor V9 is powered by the octa-core Kirin 960, clocked at 2.4 GHz and has a 5.7” QHD display. The RAM options are 4GB and 6GB while storage options include 64 GB or 128 GB. The device has a massive 3,900 mAh battery and a fingerprint sensor on the back. There’s also a dual 12MP+2MP camera on the back and a single 8MP camera on the front.
According to the source, Honor 8 Pro will go on sale in late March 2017. Pricing is yet to be confirmed.
Wow, I Like this phone, honor brands are very good but yet cheaper than the P series and the Mate series. Honor 8 is one of the best phones in the world, has high resistance to scratches and has one of the highest speeds in phones in the world and is...
Iphone with better specs and runs android. Yes, the chinese not stupid enough to spend more on an iphone when they can buy these cheaper brand.
They designed it so just because the Chinese market demands iPhones/iPhone look-alikes. Oppo for example, shot all the way up the sales charts just because they made an iPhone 6S/7 ripoff.