Honor 9X is expected next week, but Huawei’s subsidiary has already revealed the design of the phone on the back. The Kirin 810-equipped Midranger will have three cameras on the back and a fingerprint scanner on the side, as well as the flagship brothers Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro.
The camera also appeared on TENAA with its full technical data sheet, although the agency has not yet published any pictures. We see two phones with the model numbers HLK-AL00 and HLK-TL00, which have a memory of up to 8 GB, a memory capacity of 256 GB and a microSD slot for up to 512 GB for all the memory you need.
Honor 9X shines in the first official teaser and the technical data sheet is also missing. Interestingly, we see a phone with three cameras in the back, while TENAA lists the cameras with just two fencers (48 MP + 2 MP main depth sensor), suggesting that we could look at the next 9X Pro Honors review Weibo, while the datasheet for 9X Vanilla is linked.
If we take the data at face value and the difference between the variants is just the number of cameras, the Honor 9X Pro has a 6.59-inch LCD.
Other highlights include a battery with a capacity of at least 3900 mAh, the Android 9 based EMUI 9.0 (or probably 9.1). A huge weight of 206 grams. The phone measures 163.1 x 77.2 x 8.8 mm, making it an incredibly impressive device for all the multimedia applications you could wish for.
We expect more details in the coming days before launch on July 23 in Xi’an, China.