The world of gadgets is filled with its own chaos of rumors and leaks every time a device is on its way to the market. And this time is no different since many speculations have already been made about the upcoming Honor 9X, which is expected to be the successor to the popular Honor 8X. Recently, a new leak about the 9X on Twitter revealed that the device would be based on Huawei Kirin 810 SoC and it will sport a triple rear camera setup.
Purported specifications of Honor 9X
Tipster Rodent950, who has previously leaked various specs of Honor 9X Pro earlier has once again highlighted Honor’s newbie 9X on Twitter. According to its recent tweet, 9X is expected to bring an LCD panel whose size could be either 6.5-inch or 6.7-inch. The Twitter post also reveals that the smartphone would be powered by the company’s Kirin 710 SoC, which powers most of the mid-range smartphones.
Apart from these features, this leak also hints at a triple rear camera that would comprise of a 24MP main lens along with an 8MP super wide-angle lens and a 2MP depth sensor. A 20MP front camera will also be provided. Furthermore, according to the tweet, the device will come with a 3750mAh cell, accompanied by a 10W fast charging technology.
Considering the previous leak by the same tipster on Twitter, we get to know about the Honor 9X Pro. It is said to bring a quad rear camera and a better battery capacity of 4000mAh and Huawei Kirin 980 chipset. The quad-camera consists of the 48MP Sony IMX582 main lens, 8MP second lens and a couple of 2MP sensors. Based on both the reports, it can be said that the company is planning to bring the 9X series together. Moreover, the price of the smartphone will most likely fall in the mid-range category.
The launch date of both the smartphones cannot be confirmed since there is no official announcement yet. But considering the launch of the Honor 8X that happened around August or September, one can assume 9X and 9X Pro will also follow a similar pattern. Until then, more details are likely to become available on the social platforms for which we will have to keep our eyes open.