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Honor 7x First: Comprehe look with Better Double Rear Camera

Honor 7x First: Comprehe look with Better Double Rear Camera




Honor 7X is the upcoming smartphone, which is expected to be launched in India in December. Honor is a sub-brand of Houwei which is moving towards the online market and the company is currently accepting registration for the new 7X smartphone on Amazon India. The new honor is the successor of 7 x honor 6X, which was unveiled in CES 2017 and was launched in India in January.

The Honor was a 6X mid-range smartphone, with dual cameras priced at Rs 15,999 for the 64 GB version, while the 32 GB version was priced at Rs 13,999, although later the company had cut its prices. Honor 7X continues with the tradition of dual-rear cameras, however, it follows the 2017 trend of adding an 18: 9 bezel-less display.


Worldwide honors company Huawei is one of the top five smartphone makers in the world, but no marks have been made in the case of numbers in India so far. Apart from this, Honor and its parent company Huavei are now experimenting with a dual rear camera for a while. This feature has become a standard on some of its phones but how does the respected 7X hire? We have been using this tool for the past two days and here is our first impression.
Honor 7X: Design and Performance


As we have seen, there are very few 2017 designs in Honor 7X, which is a thin bezel in the side for a longer display and less on top and bottom. The Honor logo is squeezed in the bottom of the device. Respect depends on Micro-USB port for charging 7X, so there is no Type-C USB on this series, on the one hand, with a headphone jack, there is a speaker next to it.
From the back, the Honor 7X reminds one of Honor 8 Pro with the top and bottom of the device antenna band. In fact, if you put two mobile phones next to each other, they are similar to the back. With the fingerprint scanner placed at the top end of the back cover, the dual-rear camera has been bumped back in one corner.
The matte black color looks very stylish, but there is no doubt in it, but we saw that the device is picking up fingerprint smoothes on the front and back. However, overall build quality is quite good and despite the 5.93 inch display, this is not a heavy phone.

Coming in the display, this year we have seen 18: 9 aspect ratio on many phones this year. The honor 7X has a bright, vivid performance and seems ideal for consuming video content. This is a full HD + resolution display (1080 x 2160 pixels), however, one thing is that for a smartphone with 18: 9 display, YouTube's pinch zoom does not show up to work on the zoom. I tried on many videos, but they would not extend to fit the frame

Like other respected smartphones in the market, the Honor 7X processor is powered by the company's own Kirin series. This is a Kirin 659 octa-core processor and we have 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage version. The respected 6X was launched in India in two types, we can expect 32GB version to come in the Indian market. For now the device is working smoothly and it is not a problem set up. Once we use the phone on a large scale for gaming, we have more details.

What is the problem, though, is that Honor 7X comes with lots of bloatware and even on 64 GB version the user gets a little more than 48 GB of storage outside the box. Some folders like games, etc. should not already be a part of this.

The second thing is that Honor 7X is still with EMUI 5.1 on Android Nogat 7.0. Hopefully Android 7.1.1 will be updated soon. Of course, honor is not guilty only in 2017 for launching a phone with Nogat. We are even looking at the flagship phones running on Android nogate, although some of these have been launched after September.
On the Honors 7X battery, there is 3340 mAh and we will have to look at how long the average day lasts for the full suite of tests. Honor is also dependent on the old Micro-USB port for charging, as we have explained earlier

Upon the camera's arrival, I would say that this is just a strong suite of devices. The rear camera is 16 MP + 2 MP and Honor has also added a wide aperture mode to portrait mode with one option for a motion picture. The last one is similar to 'live photo' from Apple. The camera on the front is 8MP but we are yet to test the camera perfectly, but first few results seem promising.


Detailed aperture mode also provides good results even in indoor lighting and if its price is less than Rs 15,000 then it can put this competition out of competition. Portrait mode is better tested on real objects, rather than small objects, as I have seen in the first two shots.

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