Fresh information sourced from the website anzhuo.cn claims that before the global launch, the Honor V10 will get unveiled first in China on November 28. Ahead of the launch, Amazon India has started taking pre-registrations for the device in the country, which suggests that the device would likely be exclusively available through the e-tailer after launch. However, previous reports indicate that the phone will go on sale in India sometime in December.
Those who pre-register the Honor 7X on Amazon India will be able to win power banks, earphones and the phone itself.
The Honor 7X has been listed on Amazon India minus the date of availability. As a bumper prize, seven lucky registered Amazon.in users will also win holiday packages from Yatra worth Rs. 75,000. We are now thrilled to offer our customers exclusive access to yet another impressive device, the Honor 7X. The smartphone is the successor to the Honor 6X and features a 5.93-inch FHD display and 18:9 aspect ratio.
The Honor 7X sports a dual-camera setup with 16-megapixel and 2-megapixel sensors on the rear and an 8-megapixel camera sensor on the front. The smartphone comes with a 16MP + 2MP cameras at the rear and an 8MP front shooter for selfies.
Running Android 7.0 Nougat, the Honor 7X comes with the Honor's EMUI 5.1. The company hasn't revealed the price of the device in India yet, however, it is speculated to be priced below Rs 20,000 in the country.
Earlier, the Honor V10 had received 3C approval in China which also suggests that the Honor V10 would be arriving soon in China. However, there are some visible bezels on the sies, so deploying the device with 18:9 display actually did not make any mean in terms of bezels.
The V10 is tipped to be powered by a Kirin 970 chipset paired with 6GB of RAM. It comes with internal storage variants of 32GB / 64GB which can be further extended up to 256GB with microSD card. It is also rumoured to run on Android 8.0 Oreo out-of-the-box, but that will remain to be seen.
Rasgulla belongs to West Bengal, not Odisha
The two states, Bengal and Odisha, had entered the fray to stake their claim on the dessert for far too long. The West Bengal claim was on the basis of historical facts that Bengal is the father of Rosgulla.