In a few days, Huawei’s sub-brand will announce its own smartphone powered by the world’s fourth 7nm chip. As you guess, we are talking about the Honor 9X. After the Huawei Nova 5 series, this is the world’s second handset sporting the Kirin 810. Well, the latter is considered to be one of four. But can it provide an identical performance? Seems it can’t. Today, the phone leaked on AnTuTu. The 6GB + 128GB variant scores 219,809 points.
Before you compare this result with others packed with a 7nm chip, let’s recall all the features we know about the Honor 9X. The dimensions of the phone are 163.1 × 77.2 × 8.8mm, and the weight is about 206g. The screen size is 6.59 inches, the resolution is 2340×1080, and the battery capacity is 3900mAh. The device will come with three RAM options of 4/6/8GB, while the storage space will be 64/128/256GB. As you see in the screenshot above, the model leaked on AnTuTu is the middle variant.
As for cameras, the Honor 9X will use a vertically arranged triple-camera. The latter will consist of a 48MP + 16MP + 2MP sensors combination. Moreover, today, the company released a poster clearly showing the back will use an inductive X texture gradient.
The rest of the features to appear on the Honor 9X is the Kirin 810 chip, which supports GPU Tubro 3.0, a front-facing 32MP lifting lens, and the side fingerprint recognition. As for the system, the phone supports the Ark compiler and the EROFS super file system. By the way, it we are familiar with this file system from the Huawei Nova 5 series. On the top, it will run on the new EMUI 9.1 system.