Honor will break into the US phone space in 2018, and the first handsets out the blocks will be the Honor 7X and the Honor View 10
Honor is an offshoot of Huawei. The company has been pumping out handsets for the UK and China for a solid few years now, and for the most part the handsets it has made have been very impressive.
Like OnePlus, Honor is ALL about value for money. The phones are well built, pack in plenty of technology, and, most importantly, look rather nice too. But the biggest USP for Honor has ALWAYS been price – the phones retail for less than $200 in most cases.
Meet The Honor 7X and Honor View 10
The Honor 7X will be available in the US later this year for $199, or a fifth of the cost of the iPhone X.
It will be available in red or black and it features some pretty impressive specs, as you can see below:
2.36GHz Octa-Core Kirin 659 Processor
4GB RAM With 32/64GB ROM
5.93-Inch FHD+ Touch Display
16MP + 2MP Rear Camera With LED Flash
8MP Front Camera
3340 MAh Battery.
The Honor View 10 is Honor's flagship handset and it will apparently retail for $399 in the US, though the extra cost nets you quite a bit more with respect to specs and hardware.
Octa-Core Huawei Kirin 970 Processor + i7 Co-Processor
6GB RAM With 128GB ROM
5.99 Inch FHD+ IPS Display
16MP + 20MP Rear Camera With LED Flash
13MP Front Facing Camera
The Honor View 10 is very similar to Huawei's Mate 10, an exceptional phone, and features the company's lauded Kirin 970 CPU, a 16MP camera, a 3750mAh battery, and a decent-sized display for media.
Both phones are very solid options for anyone that is looking for value for money and decent specs and features. Honor has not yet confirmed when the handsets will get a US release date, but as soon as they do we'll update this article with all the pertinent details.
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