Succeeding Huawei's latest inauguration of the Mate 10, it's now the turn of sub-brand Honor to greet a novel devise: The honor 7X.
Under the hood, the smartphone is likely to be powered by the company's in-house Kirin 970 processor coupled with 6GB of RAM.
Add those features to its dual 16-megapixel rear cameras with depth-sensing and its 8-megapixel front-facing camera, and you have what a nicely equipped mid-range handset.
Little is known about the price of the Honor 7X but we're expecting that to be revealed during the official launch of it on December 5th. Honor puts out some great bang-for-your-buck phones, like the 6X earlier this year, so the 7X is likely to follow a similar path. The phone is spectacularly light taking into Account its size, metal body and reinforced corners. The 5.93-inch screen features a better than HD 2160 x 1080 resolution, aka 407 ppi, for crisp images that enhance the already premium looking metallic build of the handset.
There's also an 8MP front camera for your selfies. Like most other phones, the Honor 7X has a hybrid SIM tray so you can either equip the phone with dual SIM cards or a SIM card and a microSD card. The good thing for users is that Honor V10 will be running on Android 8.0 Oreo with EMUI 8.0 skin on top.
Although we don't know exactly how much it'll cost yet, Honor has said that the 7X will sit in the mid-tier price range.