Honor target top three smartphone brand in the world by 2022

Honor target top three smartphone brand in the world by 2022

Honor target top three smartphone brand in the world by 2022

As promised, Huawei's sub-brand Honor has launched its latest smartphone Honor 7X at an event in London. The smartphone, which delivers full-screen viewing experience, will retail at AED 999.

In addition to the View 10, Honor also announced the more affordable Honor 7X, which has a 5.93-inch screen with an 18:9 ratio and an edge-to-edge screen.

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Honor View 10 is equipped with a high-definition 16MP + 20MP dual-lens camera with F/1.8 wide aperture and 2-in-1 PDAF automatic focusing, enabling users to take professional photos. The phone is powered by HiSilicon Kirin 970 octa-core processor which runs on the latest Android 8.0 Oreo along with EMUI 8.0. The phone will go on sale In India from Thursday and will be an Amazon exclusive. In the front, a 13-megapixel shooter with f/2.0 aperture has been provided for selfies.

The device has premium build, and while is not exactly the same dimensions as either Huawei's Mate 10 or Mate 10 Pro shares numerous traits of the two. The View 10 is also the first Honor-branded phone to use Huawei SuperCharge (rebranded to Honor SuperCharge, naturally) - the same 5V/4.5A charging implementation that we've been impressed by in premium Huawei phones for the past year. With what appears to be a capable SoC, Honor has paired 4 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage variants, all of which comes with expandable memory (up to 256 GB).

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The Honor V10 was launched in China a week ago, and now, Honor's back with the launch of the Honor View 10, the global variant of the V10.

The Honor 7X is the successor to the popular Honor 6X and comes with dual cameras, an edge-to-edge display, an all-metal design and Android 7.0 Nougat with Huawei's custom EMUI skin on top. It holds horizontally stacked dual cameras instead of the vertical ones and the rear mounted fingerprint sensor.

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With fast charging, you will go from zero to a full battery in about one and a half hours, claims Honor, and, knowing their other handsets, we have no reason to doubt this claim. The View 10 will also get an exclusive Face Unlock feature, which looks similar to the OnePlus 5T's implementation as it simply relies on a standard front-facing camera, can not see in 3D, and is not secure enough to be used to authenticate payments. The device is available in three colours: Black, Blue and Gold. There is also a focus on gaming on the View 10, which makes sense given that the Honor brand is targeted towards younger people. There is no waterproofing here, unfortunately, which is not that surprising, when you think of the price of the Honor 7X, but it would have been a nice surprise. For the United States market, the 3GB RAM/32GB storage variant of the 7X is available with a microSD card slot onboard.

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