Alongside the launch of Honor 6 Plus, Huawei has also unleashed the lower priced Honor 4x smartphone in Beijing today. While other vendors also offer 64-bit smartphones, the Honor 4x's major strength lies in the retail price and specifications on offer.
Basically, the Honor 4x is a mid-end smartphone, targeting the mass audience. It features a 5.5-inch 1280 x 720 IPS LCD display with a pixel density of 267 PPI (pixels per inch).
Under the hood, an octa core Kirin 625 processor, 64-bit unit is placed. For graphical power, the phone uses a healthy 2GB of RAM, 8GB of storage and also has a external microSD card slot. The handset runs on Android 4.4 Kitkat, clad in the company's EMUI 3.0 UI.
Moving on to the imaging department, there is a 13MP Sony BSI rear sensor along with a front-facing 5 MP snapper. Connectivity options include 3G, dual-SIM, Bluetooth and more. The phone gets its juice from a monster 3,000 mAh battery which the company claims can last up to 72 hours.
So far, Huawei has unveiled the Honor 4x for the Chinese market. The phone is exclusively available to China Unicom. We aren't sure when the handset will be available for the Indian market. The Honor 4x costs 1299 Yuan (Rs. 13,446).
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