Since Huawei has been under pressure to sell its subsidiary brand Honor which was reported recently, Honor is still keeping up its pace with other phone makers. Today, a new Honor smartphone carrying the codename Dingdang and DNN-LX9 model number broke cover in a series of live images. Those arrived in GSMArena’s mailbox alongside a few of its specifications and even its alleged pricing. The images reveal a trio of available colors – green, black, and silver.
The upcoming Honor device is going to be a mid-ranger with a 6.67-inch display, four rear cameras with a 48MP primary sensor, and a 5,000mAh battery with Huawei SuperCharge support. NFC support is also there, while the images further reveal a headphone jack and USB-C connector.
According to the sources, the smartphone will likely be making its global debut in Russia first, followed by even wider expansion later. Pricing is believed to come between RUB 18,000 ($230) and RUB 21,000 ($270) which is a good price range for a midrange device with the latest technology and specifications. The phone will be rolled out to global markets later on, so it may not take long for Honor X Series to become available in other global markets. We are likely to get more details and the device’s future plans in the coming weeks.
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