Honor 7X review
Honor 7X is the newest kid on the block by Huawei, with its impressive styling and well built it is taking the market by storm. Looking for a Newly Launched Honor 7X Review? Stay tuned as we provide you the hands-on evaluation of this bezel-less beauty.
First in class infinity display carrying 18:9 bezels, dual camera set up, Huawei has placed the Honor 7X ahead of its competitors in the mid-range segment. Does Huawei able to make the Honor 7X an excellent value for money? Let’s get into details.
We, therefore, bring you the hands-on review of the newest smartphone and see whether it justifies the features it offers:
Honor 7X carries a 5.9-inch bezel-less infinity display with a ratio of 18:9 which looks very stylish and comfortable in hand. The screen offers a Full HD 2160 x 1080p with a pixel density of 407ppi.
The display is quite vibrant with good color production, and you also get an option of Eye comfort mode to neutralize the excessive color reproduction.
It houses a 3340mAH battery with a back-up of about a full working day with regular usage. Sadly, it does not come with fast charging which nowadays most of the smartphones avail with Considering the display size and a 3340mAH battery, and the battery back-up is not that bad. You can quickly make it run for more than a day by boosting it quite often.
Honor 7X features a dual camera set up at the rear, a primary 16-megapixel camera and a secondary 2-megapixel depth-sensing camera which provides good bokeh-like portraits.
The front panel houses an 8 megapixel with a portrait mode which works pretty well too. But the main drawback is that the camera performs dull in poor lighting conditions.
UI and Performance
It runs on Android 7.0 with EMUI 5.1 interface which is pretty similar to the other honor phones. It comes with Kirin 659 octa-core processor along with two variants of 32GB/64GB and 4GB RAM onboard.
Overall performance is outstanding, could cope with everyday use without any significant lags. The phone is not so good for gaming, and heavy users would find it difficult to get used to its slower loading interface.
Honor 7X is a pretty good phone by Huawei as it is a perfect balance between and power and performance. Considering the price point of about Rs 12999, it is an excellent choice to opt for. But if you are looking for extraordinary performance, you can go for other available options which offer way more than the Honor 7X.