The Honor 9X is a more than capable midrange smartphone sold by Huawei in China. The device was released in China back in August this year. Interestingly enough, it was another hit shipping 300,000 units in the first day of sale. While the handset is yet to receive an international variant, the Chinese company keeps improving the offer of Honor 9X in China.
The device has recently got a new color option dubbed as Icelandic White. And now, it is receiving a new 8GB RAM variant. The midrange smartphone was being offered in 4GB or 6GB RAM combos, now potential customers will have an additional option to choose. This new variant is coupled by 128GB of Internal Storage, making it the most attractive, yet costly, version of the 9X.
Under the hood, we’ll find the same specifications of the standard Honor 9X. It has Huawei’s second 7nm chipset the Kirin 810. In terms of photography, the Honor 9X sports a dual-camera setup with a 48MP main sensor leading the show. Moreover, it boasts a 6.59-inch FHD+ full-screen notchless display with a pop-up camera.
The Honor 9X has a side-mounted fingerprint reader. Moreover, it draws power from a 4,000mAh battery with “just” 10W charging support. Last but not least, it runs EMUI 9.1 OS atop of Android 9 Pie.
The new version will ship with 8GB+128GB Combo and will set buyers back CNY 2,099 ($293). The Chinese company will offer it in Black and Blue color options, both featuring a beautiful gradient finish.