Honor 9X with AIS Super Night Mode
Every year Honor pushes the boundaries of what we can expect from budget devices with their X-Series phones. As we approach the holidays, Honor is launching their newest addition to the family, the Honor 9X. Powered by the Kirin 710F, the Honor 9X brings a few newer features that set this phone above others in its class. A full-screen notch-less display is made possible by the motorized pop-up camera that houses the selfie sensor.
With the 9X, Honor put a great deal of attention into the photography aspect of this phone. The device is fitted with a 48MP triple camera that includes an 8MP ultrawide lens and a 2MP depth sensor. The f/1.8 aperture is paired with the half-inch sensor to produce super clear photos. The AIS super night mode promises improve your low-light photos. Observe some of our sample shots below.
|Display||6,59″ 1080 x 2340p|
|Chipset||HiSilicon Kirin 710F|
|Main Camera||48MP/8MP (Ultrawide)/2MP (Depth Sensor)|
|Selfie Camera||16MP Motorized Pop-up|
|Operating System||Android 9.1.0 EMUI 9.1.0|
Join the discussions about the Honor 9X in the community forums.Honor 9X Forums
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