After being presented in July last year in China, the Honor 9X Pro will finally be entitled to a global launch as early as next February 24th. The announcement was made by Huawei President George Zhao on Facebook.
Something mentioned in the publication is that the 9X Pro will reach global markets with Huawei Mobile Services (HMS). This is to say that it will be the first Honor smartphone to reach global markets without Google services.
As announced in the statement from the Huawei executive, the focus of this device is on its Kirin 810 processor. It is very much geared towards Artificial Intelligence and gaming potential. In addition, the screen without a hole or notch is something to highlight. The specifications should not differ from its Chinese version.
Honor 9X Pro specifications
- Kirin 810 processor
- 8GB of RAM
- 128GB or 256GB of internal storage
- 6.59 inch LCD screen with Full HD + resolution
- 16MP front camera with pop-up mechanism
- Three rear cameras of 48MP + 8MP (wide angle) + 2MP (depth sensor)
- Biometric sensor on the side button
- 4000mAh battery with 10W charging
- USB Type-C
- Bluetooth 5.0
- 3.5mm audio input
- Price in China: around 290 euros
The Honor 9X Pro could be an interesting device to consider if it reached the European market at an attractive price, and with Google services, which are essential for most users.
Without these, and with Huawei services still taking their first steps, it is likely that this launch will pass between the raindrops and the device will have little relevance.
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