The beautifully crafted Honor 7X said to pack dual-camera setup and 5.93-inch display
Honor 7X mock-up
Honor already sent invitations for its unveiling event set to take place in China on October 11. That's one week after the Google's big Pixel 2 reveal and five days before Huawei announces its new Mate series.
However, the Honor 7X, the smartphone that will be introduced next month, will not be competing with either of the two series of flagships since this will be a mid-range device.
Although the smartphone will be initially launched in China, it's safe to say that it will be rolled out to other countries as well. Honor 7X is said to hit the shelves for as low as $270, but the 4GB RAM model will cost $315.
Up until today, there were few details about the phone's specs, but a new report coming from China reveals more information about the Honor 7X. Apparently, the smartphone sports a 5.93-inch display with full HD (1080p) resolution, and a dual-camera setup (12MP + 20MP).
On the inside, Honor's mid-range handset will be equipped with a 2.36GHz octa-core Kirin 659 processor, coupled with either 3 or 4GB RAM, and 64GB expandable storage.
Furthermore, the Honor 7X will feature an 8-megapixel selfie camera and a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. The phone will be powered by a 3,240 mAh battery, but it's yet unclear whether or not it will come with Android Oreo on board.