AliceDeejay, 04 Jul 2019No chanceCare to explain why? Kirin 810 already better than SD730. If Honor 9X cheaper, easily a winner.
Eitherway, both phone are great for the price.
Anonymous, 04 Jul 2019Shaping up to be a decent competitor to the Redmi K20/Mi 9T.No chance
I really love the Pop up selfie camera. I wanted to buy the Y9 prime 2019 which is also a pop up selfie but I will get this Honor 9x instead.
Anonymous, 03 Jul 2019They invested so much intelligence, technology, money in all these front cameras, only just fo... moreYeah it's all a huge conspiracy to promote selfie cameras, it couldn't be that battery technology is limited and hard to improve. Nah, that couldn't be it.
honor 8x in china was only 220 usd this will probably cost around 250-300 usd maybe
Less still it’s will be great deal for for those specs it have everything, but NFC, IP rating, wireless charging
Anonymous, 03 Jul 2019Do you think that they are not investing money in batteries? Making a pop up camera is so much... moreThis should be 6.5" with a 4000mAh battery like most pop-ups, not gonna be small by any means. Apart from that, USB-C is a must with a Kirin 810
Anonymous, 03 Jul 2019They invested so much intelligence, technology, money in all these front cameras, only just fo... moreDo you think that they are not investing money in batteries? Making a pop up camera is so much easier than putting big battery in small phones just remember samsung note 7
They invested so much intelligence, technology, money in all these front cameras, only just for stupid selfies of stupid people and the batteries remains almost the same crap with 20-30 hours maximum life and 3000-3500 mah. If they invested the money for the selfie cameras in the batteries technology, now the phones should last 3-5 days
If the schematic is genuine then Honor 9X will come with side mounted fingerprint scanner and IPS display is more likely than AMOLED.
Exactly what i predicted yesterday. It's a rebranded Huawei P Smart Z with Kirin 810, slightly better cameras and some changes here and there. Didn't expect them to ditch the fingerprint scanner from the back though. Will it be the first under-display fingerprint reader implemented on an IPS screen or it will rock an Amoled? I'd bet on the first.