Thanks to the Huawei ban stopping latest Huawei and Honor smartphones from accessing Google apps, the way forward for Honor (a subsidiary of Huawei) in the UK has been a bit up in the air. 

Now the firm has simply unveiled a brand new handset is on its method to the UK, and it is the beforehand introduced Honor 9X.

The Honor 9X is the newest in the Honor X collection of inexpensive smartphones. The last handset in the vary was the Honor 8X (unsurprisingly), and it sits alongside the Honor V vary, and major collection of Honor telephones.

The Honor 9X comes with a 6.59-inch LCD show, which is fairly large for an inexpensive phone and there isn’t any notch breaking it up – as an alternative, the smartphone has a 16MP pop-up digital camera.

There are three rear cameras, and whereas none of them are as high-tech as the sort you’d discover on the Huawei P30 Pro, for instance, they appear first rate on paper. 

The rear digital camera consists of a 48MP major snapper, 8MP ultra-wide angle, and 2MP depth digital camera for improved portrait photographs. There’s notably no telephoto lens.

Keeping the phone operating is a 4,000mAh battery, which powers the Kirin 810 chipset.

On the again of the handset is a fingerprint sensor, and there’s additionally a novel rear sample that reveals an X-shape when mild shines on it. You can see that design in the photograph above.

We do not presently have an actual launch date or worth for the Honor 9X in Europe or UK, however we anticipate it to hear extra from Honor on the topic quickly.

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