Yesterday was a great day for Huawei’s sub-brand, Honor. It held a new product launch conference in Xi’an and officially released a few products, including the Honor 8X, Honor 8X Max, Honor Band 4, and the Honor Band 4 Running Edition. We have already managed to get our hands on the latter and know how it looks and what features it comes with. At the same time, we have managed to understand it is quite competitive with the Xiaomi Mi Band 3. Now it’s the turn of the Honor 8X. It is said to compete with the Xiaomi Mi 8 SE and other handsets packed with a Snapdragon 710 pseudo-flagship chip.
In terms of appearance, the Honor 8X series uses the so-called ‘pearl screen’ design, with a 4.25 mm narrow chin, COF packaging process, and a screen ratio of more than 90%. This device also uses a 2.5D glass body (15 layers of glare glass), an aluminum alloy frame with a new British double texture. There are a few color options you can choose from – magic night black, charm sea blue, charm flame red, and dream purple.
As for the key features, the Honor 8X is packed with a 6.5-inch screen, Kirin 710 chip, supporting GPU Turbo technology, 20MP + 2MP AI HD dual-camera, supporting AIS, super night scene and using F/1.8 large aperture, a 3750mAh large battery, and supports Dolby Atmos.
It is worth mentioning that the Honor 8X also supports AI communication, AI anti-2G/4G pseudo base station, AI elevator mode, AI high-speed rail mode, AI call enhancement, AI noise reduction and so on.
The 4+64GB version is priced at 1399 yuan ($204), the 6+64GB version is at 1599 yuan ($234), and the 6+128GB version costs 1899 yuan ($278). It will go on sale on September 10.