Huawei's sub-brand Honor has announced its first phones with pop-up selfie cameras. In combination with the side-mounted fingerprint sensors, the Honor 9X and 9X Max have almost completely frameless displays, with no indentations or holes in sight. Android Authority reports that the Honor 9X will be available in China on July 30 at prices starting at $ 1,399 yuan and the 9X Max starting at $ 2,199 yuan becomes.
Internally, both phones use Huawei's new Kirin 810 chipset, which debuted on the Nova 5 Pro last month and is the company's second 7nm chipset. The 9X starts with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, while the 9X Pro launches with 8GB of RAM and 1
Both phones feature the same 6.59-inch 1080p LCD display, a 4,000 mAh battery, and headphone jacks in addition to the USB-C ports. This information indicates that the Honor 9X could be a powerful midrange driver, at least on paper, similar to its predecessor, the Honor 8X. The Honor 8X came to Europe just over a month after its debut in Huawei. However, given the ongoing situation between the US and Honor's parent, Huawei, it is unclear whether the Honor 9X will also be available outside of China within the same period. The Trump Administration recently announced that it would offer licenses for trading with Huawei "where there is no threat to US national security." However, it is still unclear whether this applies to licensed software such as the Android operating system.