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Honor 7X with 4GB RAM launched, available in India from Dec 7

Honor 7X with 4GB RAM launched, available in India from Dec 7

Huawei's sub-brand Honor has today announced the most-anticipated, Honor V10, at an event in London. The smartphone, which delivers full-screen viewing experience, will retail at AED 999.

Up front, the View 10 sports a 6-inch 2160 x 1080 LCD display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. The Honor 6x had a Hisilicon Kirin 655 processor powering it, while the Honor 7x and Honor 9i both come powered with the Hisilicon Kirin 659 processor.

The worst thing you could say about the design is that it's a little derivative - a potential nitpick which also applies to the OnePlus 5T and Honor 7X.

Honor 7X will be available in markets around the world starting on December 5th, 2017 for around $200 United States dollars.

Meanwhile, on the back there are a pair of cameras, a 16MP shooter paired with a 2MP camera, and around front there's an 8-megapixel camera.

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This week the Huawei Honor 7X was revealed with an eye on the global smartphone market.

The phone is the successor of the highly acclaimed Honor 6x and features a 5.93 inch LCD display that is nearly bezel-less. Speaking of which, the Honor 7X is running on Android Nougat, with EMUI 5.1. Cameras are the major difference between the Honor 7X and Honor 9i as the latter comes with dual selfie cameras. While the hardware take is a bit different, from the recently launched Honor 9i, its the pricing that is the crucial factor here, one that Honor seems to have taken care of, quite well we must add. It is powered by a 3,340 mAh non removable battery and comes in Gold, Blue and Black options. The Honor 9i on the other side has a single variant with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage.

"Additionally, Honor is immensely proud of the quality control it undertakes in producing every phone". Like many of 2017's most memorable devices, this one, too, does away with bezels, and tacks two cameras on its back instead of one.

Launched in 2013, Chinese company Honor is Finland's number one brand and number 3 in Russian Federation behind Apple and Samsung. The storage on the device can be further expanded up to 256GB via a microSD card. There is also portrait mode on the front-facing camera, but it's not as intense as the rear camera, since the front-facing camera is doing it all with software. It packs 3340 mAh battery. Honor claims that its fast charging technology can charge the battery up to 50 percent in just 30 minutes. In those territories, it'll start at €499/£449.