Honor 7X is certified by TENAA

Huawei sub-brand Honor will introduce the successor of its mid-range Honor 6X, called the Honor 7X in home market of China on October 11. Now just two days before the official announcement, the Honor 7X has been certified by China's telecommunications regulatory agency TENAA. As usual, the website reveals the specifications and image of the phone. 

The Honor 7X will get a major upgrade in terms of design and specs, when compared with Honor 6X. Still flaunting a full metal unibody design, the Honor 7X will be larger, and sport near bezel-less design, like the recently launched Honor 9i/Maimang 6/Mate 10 Lite/nova 2i. It will have single camera on the front, and its rear panel will house the dual-camera sensor, LED flash and fingerprint scanner.

Coming to the specs, as per TENAA, the Honor 7X will sport 5.93-inch Full HD+ FullView display with 18:9 aspect ratio, Kirin 659 processor, and 3240mAh battery. It will come with 4GB RAM and storage options of 64GB and 128GB, which can be expanded via microSD card.

It will have dual 16MP+2MP rear camera, and 8MP front facing shooter. It will run Android Nougat based EMUI 5.1, and support the usual connectivity suite. Color options include Black, Blue and Gold colors.

We will get to know details about the pricing of Honor 7X when it goes official on Wednesday. 


Kaiser Bey
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Honor 7X is certified by TENAA Honor 7X is certified by TENAA Reviewed by Kaiser on 10/09/2017 09:51:00 PM
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