Honor aims to ‘pop’ with their new 9X

...and a bunch of other wearables that they just launched
15 January 2020 / 15:39IST

As a fairly new smartphone brand, Honor can’t claim to have a rich history of legendary smartphones the way Samsung, Apple and OnePlus can, but few years down the line they might, with smartphones just like the one they launched yesterday. The Honor 9X (from ₹12,999) replaces the 8X and offers a plethora of new features and firsts from Honor. For instance, the 9X features the first pop-up camera that Honor has ever put on a smartphone. Apart from that, the 9X boasts a 48MP triple-camera setup on the back and a 16MP camera for selfies. Add to that a 6.59-inch Full View Display and a tempting price point, and you are left with a smartphone that should give the competitors a bit of trouble. Honor also launched a bunch of wearables to go with the smartphone, which include the Honor Magic Watch 2 (from ₹11,999), the Honor Band 5i (₹1999) and Honor Sport Bluetooth Earphones (from ₹1999).