Honor is an online-exclusive brand of the Chinese Telecom giant Huawei. Recently, the company took it to Weibo (China’s Twitter) to hype the upcoming device named Honor 7X. Sheduled to launch on October 11, this phone will succeed the popular Honor 6X.
The teaser posted in Chinese reads, “Want to see farther than ordinary people? Higher? Wider? Everywhere is your world.” Pardon the machine translation, but the text is enough to suggest the company is heading to the “bezel-free” direction with the Honor 7X. This would be a great addition as the Honor 6X was a conventional phone with thick bezels around the screen. As per the rumours, it will sport a 5.5-inch or 6-inch Full HD display and could be powered by Huawei’s home-grown Kirin 670 chipset. You’ll get 4 GB RAM and 64 GB on-board storage. The Honor 6X featured a 12 megapixel and a secondary 2 megapixel for collecting depth information and use it for Bokeh effect shots. So, you can expect the same and perhaps, even more, photography expertise prowess from the Honor 7X.
Considering that its predecessor was priced at Rs 12,999 in India, the Honor 7X is likely to fall in the 15k price bracket.