Honor 9X To Feature A Triple Camera Set Up And Kirin 810
The upcoming smartphone Honor 9X has had a few of its specifications leaked in a new report. The report arrives after various rumours on the Honor 9X Pro, that was seen receiving the EEC certification a week ago. The certification had carried the model numbers for both the smartphones, HLK-L41 (Honor 9X Pro) and HLK-AL10 (Honor 9X).
Similar to the Honor 9X Pro, the standard version will also sport a 6.5 to 6.7-inch LCD panel on the front. Both of the latest iterations will also likely see an upgrade across the board regarding internal hardware and specifications. The Honor 9X would most probably have a waterdrop notch or punch-hole front facing camera like the beefier pro variant. It is rumoured that both the device will not support fast charging of any kind due to a 10W charger.
The most noteworthy aspect of the leak was the new Kirin 810, which was first unveiled in the Nova 5, will make an appearance on the handset. The Honor 9X Pro would probably receive the same chipset if not a better one. Only educated guesses can be made regarding specifications of both devices since no official statement has been given yet. The Honor 8X had 6GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage along with Android 9 Pie. The aforementioned configuration could possibly be seen again. The leak apparently also reported on a 3750mAh battery similar to last years model.
The brand new report also claims that the Honor 9X will feature a triple camera set up at the back. The primary shooter will be a 24MP alongside an 8MP wide-angle lens and 2MP depth sensor. However, it is unclear as to how the module would be positioned on the rear panel. The front facing camera will be a 20MP sensor. It is not certain what special feature Huawei may pack with the new camera sensors.
Unfortunately, no pricing for the Honor 9X has been given out by Huawei, although it is expected to be priced under the sub-15k bracket. The company is not scaling down its business in any manner regardless of the US-China Trade war implications. Huawei is one of the largest smartphones manufacturers in the world and is still launching devices of various types to a global audience.