Seems like a great phone but it's interesting that it's carrying a SnapDragon chipset. Huawei usually just puts Kirin ones but this means this phone won't get GPU Turbo, and the update cycle might be a bit problematic.
Anonymous, 16 Aug 2018Not only the battery is smaller, but it also has a notch and probably lacks 3.5mm jack. I'f pi... morei will definitely get this even the price is higher than mimax 3 im hoping for 660, and i dont care bout that 3.5mm headphone jack
More lousy LTE support from Huawei. Guess they really don't want to sell phones outside of China and India
DXB, 16 Aug 20186.292" or you can say 6.3" ;)Thats better
I thought they have a 6/128 GB set up for the war in the mid-range segment
The source (Tech Android ) said: "There is a 1.8GHz octa-core Kirin processor which is paired with 4GB RAM. "
This article told us Snapdragon processor. Which one is right?
nik.007, 16 Aug 2018These brands' naming scheme can never be undertood! Honor's X series always used to be mid-si... moreIt's still a rumor. I think it will be more than one size. We don't know the exact name yet (8X, and 8XL, 8XMax etc)
Maybe i have to sell.my mi max 3 then, love big phones.
But still have my asus zenfone 3 ultra in reserve, it still rocks with its specs after more then 2 year.
Wake Asus make me a zenfone 6 ultra.
Bewildered , 16 Aug 2018When bezels were not an issue the very first Galaxy Tab had a 7 inches screen. Free the spe... moreYou are right, but my point was not that they should not release huge phones. But at least they should have a streamlined naming scheme. The X series used to have mid sized screen, then it should continue to have mid sized screen for future variants as well.
Bewildered , 16 Aug 2018When bezels were not an issue the very first Galaxy Tab had a 7 inches screen.
Free the spe... moreI have been using a 5.7 inch 16:9 screen for a long time
Nowadays 6 inch is becoming more and more common, but in reality and side by side it feels too small for me. I want anything between 6 inch and 6.5 inch on 19:9 format, but definitely not more
LG Superfan, 16 Aug 2018If I'm correct 7.12 19:9 screen should be equal to 6.5 16:9 right? Well its quite large even for me6.292" or you can say 6.3" ;)
Huawei phone screen are completely solve, over 7 inch, keep up huawei. I feel like xiaomi phone cannot make it with 7 inch and above. So foldable phones are even bigger, 10 inches!
Not only the battery is smaller, but it also has a notch and probably lacks 3.5mm jack. I'f pick the Mi max over it even if the Mi max was more expensive than the Honor.
For that big @ss screen size, i doubt they naming it as Honor 8x. Maybe its a new naming Honor phone.
nik.007, 16 Aug 2018These brands' naming scheme can never be undertood!
Honor's X series always used to be mid-si... moreWhen bezels were not an issue the very first Galaxy Tab had a 7 inches screen.
Free the specs the phone size is 177.57 x 86.24 mm or 6.9909 x 3.395 inches
The 7.12 inch (diagonal) screen using maths.... 6.4346 x 3.0479 inches
I appreciate people like phablets but a display screen size over 6 inches or half the length of a 12 inch ruler begs the question are they going to stop, phones now over 200g is a consequence
Way too big! Perhaps this would be an 8s Pro. I love my honor 7x AND IF I'm going to upgrade maybe i will choose mate 20 lite to be my next phone. Or honor play!