Huawei is set to launch its new mid-tier smartphone Honor 7X on October 11 in China. Before the launch the smartphone with codename Huawei BND-AL10 was spotted on benchmarking platform Geekbench which confirmed and leaked some details about the configuration of the upcoming smartphone. Recently the device was also spotted on TENNA which revealed its design.
According to the Geekbench listing, The Huawei Honor 7X will be powered by an Octa-core Kirin 659 chipset with 4GB of RAM. And on single-core test, the smartphone achieved a score of 909 points and in multi-core test, it has recorded a score of 3159. The smartphone will be running on Android 7.0 Nougat underneath custom EMUI 5.1.
Moving on to the design, the images suggests that the smartphone will follow unibody metal design aesthetics. The handset will sport big display with an aspect ratio 18:9. It will also feature horizontal dual camera setup on the rear with flash followed by the fingerprint scanner.
As for rumored specs-sheet,The Honor 7X will feature a 5.93-inch display. It would be powered by a Kirin 659 chipset. The Kirin 659 is an 16nm SoC that features four cores of Cortex A53 working at 2.36 GHz and four cores of Cortex A51 working at 1.7 GHz. To handle graphical tasks, it comes with Mali-T830 MP2 GPU.
On the rear, the handset is expected to sport a horizontally arranged dual camera setup that would consist of a primary 12MP sensor and a secondary 20MP sensor. The frontside of the Honor 7X is pegged to feature an 8MP selfie snapper. It includes a 3,420 mAh battery that will support 5V/2A charging.
The Honor 7X will be available in two storage options. The base model of Honor 7X featuring 64 GB storage and 3 GB of RAM is expected to be priced at 1,799 Yuan ($270) and the other model featuring 64 GB storage and 4 GB of RAM is pegged to cost 2,099 Yuan ($315).