Just a few hours ago, we received report of the Huawei Honor 7X popping up on Geekbench. The Honor 7X has now been listed on TENAA with two variants. The BND-TL10 for the Chinese market, whereas the BND-AL10 for other markets.
In the design department, the phone follows the trending all metal body principle. The fingerprint scanner lies on the back below the dual camera setup. The power and volume buttons lie on the right side while the SIM card tray takes up spot on the left side of the phone. The front has significantly thick bezels, something that most manufacturers are cutting down on thanks to the bezel-less display trend.
The Huawei Honor 7X features a 5.93-inch display with a resolution of 2160 X 1080 pixels, translating to FHD+. Under the hood, reports suggest, lies the Kirin 659 chipset clocked at 2.36GHz. The Honor 7X will be available in two variants, 4GB+64GB and 4GB+128GB configurations according to the listing on TENAA. Both the variants will have capability of storage expansion upto 256GB via microSD card.
The rear camera is a combination of a 16MP sensor and a 2MP sensor with the front snapper being an 8MP sensor. A 3240mAh battery will power the Honor 7X. Set for release on the 11th of October, the Huawei Honor 7X will be available in three colour variants, black, blue and gold. Watch this space for more!