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Huawei’s Honor 9X with 8GB RAM + 128GB Storage released in mainland China

Huawe’s sub-brand company releases Honor 9X with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage in China for CNY 2,099 ($293) price tag.

Jullie Anne Mendoza



Huawei's Honor 9X with 8GB RAM + 128GB Storage released in mainland China

The Honor 9X, Huawei’s sub-brand smartphone, is a more than higher-mid-ranger handset phone sold in China. The smartphone was originally launched in its home turf back a couple of months ago.

Actually it was another blockbuster selling a whopping 300,000 models on the very first day of its release. While the Honor 9X has yet to launch a global version, the Huawe keeps boosting the Honor 9X in China.

Specification-wise, you will find the same specs and features of the original Honor 9X. The smartphone is powered by Huawei’s 7-nanometer system-on-chip processor — the Kirin 810 chipset.

As for the photography department, the Honor 9X comes with a dual-lens camera system one is a 48MP shooter. Furthermore, the Honor 9X features a 6.59-inch FHD+ display with a pop-up front-facing selfie snapper.

The Honor 9X has a fingerprint scanner situated on the side frame. Additionally, the handset comes with a 4,000mAh worth of battery with a 10W fast charging support, a EMUI 9.1 OS skin and Android 9 Pie OS.

The new Honor 9X model, meanwhile, comes with 8GB RAM and 128GB on-board memory storage. As for release and price tag, the Honor 9X will cost you CNY 2,099, which translates to $293 and will be available in Black and Blue color variants.