Wednesday, 17 January 2018

Huawei Honor 7X: Better than its predecessor and The Next Great Smartphone Value

We've come to simply accept Honor devices as being nice worth. Counting on established technology from its parent company Huawei, the Chinese brand has been systematically targeted on bringing superb specs at tempting costs. That is no simple task, nevertheless Honor makes it appear nearly effortlessly natural at this time, with devices just like the Honor 7X.

Huawei Honor 7X review

Huawei went back to the strategy planning stage and emerged with a successor: The Huawei Honor 7X. The new phone packs a brand new processor and updated style, cramming even additional worth into what was already one among the foremost compelling budget propositions on the market.

Huawei Honor 7X specs

And yet, Huawei's Honor brand has found the way to slash $50 off the 6X's worth, undercutting the company's fiercest rivals by a major margin. You'll suppose all that sounds too smart to be true, however i am happy to report it isn't; Honor has done it once more.

Huawei Honor 7X Key Specs

Body: Metal unibody, 2.5D glass on front

Screen: 5.93" IPS LCD, 1080p (407ppi); Gorilla Glass (unspecified version)

Chipset: HiSilicon Kirin 659, 4x Cortex-A53@2.36GHz + 4x Cortex-A53@1.7GHz, Mali-T830MP2

Memory: 3/4GB RAM + 32/64GB storage, Hybrid microSD slot

Camera: Dual 16MP (1/2.9", 1.25 ยตm) + 2MP with PDAF, 1080p @ 30fps video

Selfie cam: 8 MP, 1080p @ 30fps video

OS: Android 7.0 Nougat, EMUI 5.1 on top

Battery: 3,340mAh (non-removable)

Connectivity: Hybrid Dual Nano-SIM (hybrid microSD slot); LTE Cat4 150/50 Mbps support; Wi-Fi g/b/n; Bluetooth 4.1; GPS with GLONASS; FM radio; 3.5mm audio jack

Misc: Fingerprint reader, DTS audio

Price of Huawei Honor 7X

You can order from Konga HERE for N85,199 or from Jumia HERE for N91,333 or any online shop.


  • Solid build quality
  • Great ultra-wide display
  • Solid battery life
  • Solid performance
  • Headphone jack
  • Very low price
  • Fast and accurate fingerprint reader


  • No Android 8.0 at launch
  • Dated UI
  • Micro USB port
  • No NFC or 5GHz Wi-Fi Support
  • Water resistance
  • Subpar battery life
  • No fast charging

In conclution, The Honor 7X came out of this review looking pretty smart and intelligibly thus. it's a solid mid-range phone, with a solid build and dependable overall performance. However, slapping on a universal recommendation for it turned out to be less than straight-forward.

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