In India, Honor is ready to unveil the Honor X9b. Reportedly, the phone will be official on February 15. As of now, we have many details regarding the battery, chipset, display, and configuration of the device from the brand itself. Until now, there were no details regarding the camera setup. Just recently, the company unveiled details about the primary camera of the Honor X9b.
The Indian variant of the Honor X9b will feature a 108MP primary camera. Similar to other variants of the X9b in other markets, the Indian variant is expected to feature a 5MP ultra-wide camera and a 2MP macro camera unit. The X9b is said to include an AI-powered motion-sensing camera that can capture perfect moments, according to Htech CEO Madhav Sheth. He continued by saying that the dual-ring style of Rolex watches served as inspiration for the design.
Specifications of the Honor X9b
It is confirmed that the Honor X9b will feature a 6.78-inch AMOLED display. The smartphone has a curved design. The display offers a refresh rate of 120Hz and a 1.5K resolution. It is powered by the Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 chipset, paired with 8GB of RAM, 8GB of virtual RAM, and 256GB of internal storage.
It is confirmed that the device will have the Magic OS 7.2 user interface; however, it is not clear if Android 13 or 14 will be installed on it. There will be two color options for the phone: Sunshine Orange and Midnight Black. In addition to the smartphone, the company will announce the Choice X5 earbuds and Choice Watch at the February 15 event.
A complimentary mobile protection plan worth Rs 2,999 will be given to X9b buyers. This plan includes a free one-time screen replacement during the first six months of ownership. In addition, door-to-door support and an 18-month warranty will be included. The costs of these devices are unknown as of right now.
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