Honor 7X spotted online, specs revealed ahead of official release
Coming two weeks after the Huawei Honor 7X was spotted online, the phone has yet again made an appearance on certification website, TENAA, giving an idea what to expect under the hood.
The Huawei sub-brand device, Honor 7X will come into the market packing better specs compared to its predecessor, the Honor 6X which came into the market driven by the Kirin 659 processor under the hood and paired with 4GB of RAM.
The latest TENAA listing of the Honor 7X reveals that the device will come into the market packing the Android 7.0 Nougat OS with the Huawei;s EMUI 5.1 on top.
Under the hood, the device will pack a processor whose single core test score is marked at 909 points while the multi-core score was 3,159 points.
The processor to be used for the device is also clocked at a speed of 1.71 GHz with sources revealing that the device may sell for between $270 and $316.
The device is speculated to be coming in the Black, Blue and Gold color variants with specs including a 3GB RAM, 64GB ROM variant and another, 4GB RAM and 128GB ROM.