Huawei just introduced Honor 7X, meaning its sub-brand has officially entered the world of 18:9 screens (were not counting this one, which is sold under four different names).
The LCD measures 5.93 – about as wide as the 5.5 screen of the Honor 6X, but taller. It has 1,080 x 2,160px resolution (407ppi) and it sits below a 2.5D glass. The fingerprint reader on the 6X was already on the back, so no change here.
The camera has been updated, however. Were now looking at a 16MP main camera with a 2MP secondary one along with an 8MP camera on the front.
The Honor 7X is powered by a Kirin 659 chipset eight Cortex-A53 cores grouped in two clusters along with Mali-T830 MP2 graphics. The RAM is fixed at 4GB, but the storage ranges from 32GB to 128GB and theres room for a microSD card on the hybrid dual SIM slot.
The phone will launch with Android 7.0 Nougat + EMUI 5.1. It has a 3,340mAh battery and a microUSB port (sigh). The phones metal body measures 7.6mm thick and weighs 165g.
Huawei Honor 7X
The Honor 7X will go on sale in China on October 17 and will start from CNY 1,300 ($200/170) for the 32GB version. 64GB is CNY 1,700 ($260/220) and the top 128GB model is CNY 2,000 ($300/260).
Source (in Chinese)