The Honor 9X originally launched in China last Summer as the company’s “premium mid-range” phone with a pop-up camera. Recently, the device was made available in more countries, though the specifications can vary by region. This is still a great device for an affordable price around $300 USD, so we’ve put together a little guide about buying the phone.
As mentioned, the specifications vary slightly by region, but this the Honor 9X is a great value regardless. In China, the device is powered by the Kirin 810, while in Europe it’s equipped with the Kirin 710F. The Honor 9X features great cameras wherever you buy it, with a 48MP main camera and a 2MP depth sensor. What you get with most Honor devices is bang for your buck, and that’s certainly true in the case of the Honor 9X. This is a device with a beautiful full-screen display with no notches at an affordable price.
Since the original announcement, the Honor 9X has arrived in many more countries. In fact, Honor’s website now lists 28 countries, some of which will be getting the device “soon.” The full list of countries can be found below. Those with links have live store pages
Middle East & Africa
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