Huawei Shipping More Honor Phones to India Amidst Growth

Huawei Shipping More Honor Phones to India Amidst Growth

Huawei Shipping More Honor Phones to India Amidst Growth

The device will be exclusively available on Amazon. The latest unveiling by Huawei is the Huawei Honor 7X, which recently occurred in China.

Just a few days back, a new Huawei smartphone bearing model number HWI-AL00 was spotted on TENAA and a few tipsters on Weibo claimed that the device's name was Huawei Nova 3. He said that with increase in sales, the company is planning to further ramp up its manufacturing facility in India. But now the data is final and it is clear that Honor 7X will launch in India on 5th December. We are now thrilled to offer our customers exclusive access to yet another impressive device, the Honor 7X. Up until this point, the Honor 7X has been accessible in the organization's nation of origin in three shading forms: dark, blue, and gold. Currently, the registration for Honor 7X is going.

As reported by Android Central, the Huawei Honor V10 is the latest smartphone in 2017 to sport an nearly all-screen display with the bezels now slimmer as ever. Honor 6X was the first phone to rock a dual camera setup at the rear, it was sold for around Rs.13,000 here in India.

The greatest argument of the Honor 7X is the 5.9-inch FullHD+ show in advance which has a tall 18:9 angle proportion. However, it does have a fingerprint sensor out front, as well as a Kirin 970 chipset with the option between 4GB or 6GB RAM and up to 128GB storage. Also, it includes dual 16MP and 20MP rear camera and available in gold, blue, black, and red colour from 5th December in CNY 2,699 about $409 Dollars. It runs on EMUI 8.0 which is based on Android 8.0 Oreo. The smartphone comes in 32GB and 64GB storage variants; all have expandable storage via microSD card (up to 256GB) through a hybrid dual-SIM configuration.

Front Dual cameras with 20 MP Sensors. It is packed with a large 3,750mAh battery for longer use.

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