OverViewHonor 9X seems like a meaningful upgrade over the 8X - there is a larger and notch-free screen, a new triple-camera on the back, a beefier battery, and the captivating glass design stays for another generation. ...
Honor 9X seems like a meaningful upgrade over the 8X - there is a larger and notch-free screen, a new triple-camera on the back, a beefier battery, and the captivating glass design stays for another generation. Huawei has a habit of launching the same device under different names for various marketing reasons. So selling a slightly modified version of P Smart Z as Honor 9X is nothing unseen, but it's for the first time we see an Honor device bear the model name and number of a Huawei device. This is not an issue usability-wise, but you should know that all Google apps will recognize this device as P Smart Z instead.The Honor 9X comes in a regular-sized paper box, and its retail bundle contains the basics - a 10W charger, a USB-C cable, and a transparent silicone case.Performance is on the whole fairly good. The Honor 9X uses the Kirin 710F paired with 6GB of RAM and the now well-known GPU Turbo. General use is perfectly fine, there are no real signs of chugging when you're using the phone for everyday tasks, the camera launches and takes photos quickly and the optional gesture navigation is fluid and snappy.
|4G / LTE
|163.5 x 77.3 x 8.8 mm (6.44 x 3.04 x 0.35 in)
|HiSilicon Kirin 710F (12 nm)
|No of Cores
|FULL HD+ 1080 x 2340 pixels
|Motorized pop-up 16MP
|Android 9 (PIE)
|Dual Sim Hybrid (2nd SIM or memory card slot)
|Non-removable Li-Po 4000 mAh