The "X" series of smartphones from Honor has constantly toed a good balance as far as equipment, features and value are concerned. The new 7X boasts fortified corners to decrease the probability of severe harm if it hits the ground. The Honor 7X runs EMUI 5.1, in light of Android 7.0 Nougat.
Display and Design
The screen is the place the energy lies. It's a gigantic 5.93-inch issue, with modest bezels. It gloats another, taller 18:9 aspect ratio. With a unique finger scanner on the back, as opposed to the front, the display has possessed the capacity to take up all accessible room in the front frame. For one thing, those thin bezels influence it to resemble a substantially more premium device than the moderate cost proposes. It's wrapped in a full metal shell, which looks smooth and feels incredible to hold. The dark blue shading emerges pleasantly against a large number of dark and silver smartphones thumping in the industry. The 2,160x1,080-pixel resolution with 407ppi influences content to look stick sharp and it's effortlessly sufficiently splendid to use under bright lights. What's more, around the back, a brushed, anodized aluminium case. You could contend about whether, similar to the 6X and 5X, the outline is somewhat subordinate. What's more critical is that there's nothing at all shabby inclination about this device. Around the front, the 2.5D glass of the screen at long last has an oleophobic covering, which is enormously vital in ceasing the screen getting junked up by fingerprints.
It's stacked with Kirin 659 quad-core processor made by Huawei. It comes with 4GB of RAM and has two internal memory variants of 32GB and 64GB. One thing you savour seeing is the 3.5mm earphone jack. Expandable storage is up to 256GB. What you won't discover on the 7X is any sort of water protection, something that is turning into a standard on higher-end devices. Keep it far from any potential sprinkles and be watchful accepting calls in the rain. The 7X comes powered by a 3,340mAh battery. It charges utilizing a micro USB, instead of USB-C. For audio, you have the speaker in the bottom.
The main 16-megapixel camera brings vivid shots with a lot of detail. Hues can be on the icy side, however, there's a manual camera mode where you can modify the white adjust to get a more pleasant tone. The second sensor gives profundity, giving you a chance to catch photographs with shallow depth of field, and there is also a Portrait Mode. The 8-megapixel front-facing camera takes sharp shots and has a significant wide point of view, so you won't have to squash your companions in too nearly to get everybody in see.